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               More than 40,000 people are expect-
             ed to DOh and ahh over the Grosse                  Shores Little League on the Parcells
                                                                and Mason fields                                   apprOlnmately  10 15 P m and Will last
             Pointe 'Woods fireworks dISplay m the                                                                 about 35 mInutes
            area of Parcells    MIddle School and                 Woods     reSIdent    MIke   Slomski
            Mason ~Iementary      School on Sunday,            returns to emcee the event for Ius sec-                The fireworks are sponsored by the
            June 27                                            ond year Slomslo,       whose VOIce has              Woods m conJunctIOn Wlth the Grosse
                                                               become well-known In the commuDlty                  Pomte     ProfeSSIOnal   and Busmess
               The festiVItIes lock off when the
                                                              as an annour..cer      for Grosse Pomte              AsSOciatIOn     of Mack Avenue,       the
            Teen Angels return     to the Parcells
           playground     at 7 p m The Grosse                 North High School football games and                 Lochmoor Club and St John Hospital
           Pomte Soccer AsSociatIOn      Mil hold             WOOds-Shores LIttle League baseball                  and Medical Center The Grosse POInte
                                                              games                                                News,     Ahee     Jewelers,      Backer
           field games for youngsters      on the
           Mason playground                                     ThIS year's fireworks Wlll also honor              LandscapIng,      Lochmoor     Chrysler
                                                             Slomski's    predecessor, Mark     "Doc~             Plymouth,     Sme & Monaghan       GMAC
              Food and dnnk MIl be proVIded by
           National Coney Island on the Parcells             Andrews, Who succumbed to colon can-                 Real Estate, Umverslty LIggett School
           field and by the Grosse POInte Woods.
                                                             cer In February                                      and many other bUSInesses and orga.
                                                                ThE' fireworks       dIspla~    begIns       at   D!zatlOns are also sponsors        of the
                                                                                                                  event, whIch IS free to the publIc

                                                                                                                                                                 Blue Devils
                                                                                                                                                                 get 7.5 times
                  DETROIT INSTITUTe
                  Of QPI;JHAl.V(5(OG
                                                                                                                                                                 the wattage
                                                                                                                                                                By Chris Waldmelr                        dent of the CIty of Grosse
                                                                                                                                                                Special Wnter                            Pomte and a strong oppo-
         Eyes on Grosse Pointe                                                                                                                                    The Grosse Pomte Farms                nent of the lIghts "I don't
              Eyes on DeSign, one of the world s                                                                                                                CIty CounCIl saw the light              thmk every team needs to
           premIer car shows and the only show                                                                                                                    In a meetmg on Monday,                play under the hghts ~
          to focus on the emotIOn and character                                                                                                                June 21, the counCIl voted 5-               Albrecht claImed that the
          of automohve       deSign Will be a cele-                                                                                                            2 to grant more than seven              nOIse and light emItted from
I         bratJon of race car deSign June 27 on                                                                                                                tImes more usage          of the        these      games    rum    the
I         the grounds      of the beauttful     Edsel                                                                                                          hghts    on Grosse        POiDte        evemng "serentty" for many
          and Eleanor Ford House m Grosse                                                                                                                      South's athletIc field                  reSidents m the area
         Pomte Shores                                                                                                                                             VOtlDg agamst      the Issue            Nearly 100 people attend-
             Wlule the show has grown mto a                   Go Pistons!                                                                                      were
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ed the meetmg, which lasted
                                                                                                                                                                                                      almost three hours
         major    natIOnal      and InternatIOnal
         automotive     event, It rem81nS very                   Children at the Blue Streak sports camp oDgoiag at The Groll8e                                Counctlman Doug Roby The                   The lights ~ere not the
         much a Grosse Pomte event, once                      Pointe Academy were aU decked out hi PJston colors foUowing the                                 COuncil     also     voted      to      mam ISsue of the night,
        agam held here at the Ford estate                     Detroit NBA team's championship on Tuesday, April 15. Blue                                      reassess the SituatIOn every            nOise was
        and benefitmg the DetrOit InstJtute of                Streak aDows children to participate in aD sport. without the Um,-                               three years                               "It's not about the lights,"
        Ophthalmalogy             a not-for.profit           ttatJODS of competJtJve leagues. The camp I'1Ulsthrough Aug. 20.                                      When    the lIghts       were      saId Mayor Pro Tern Terry
        501(c)(3) COTporatJon The Eyes on                    For more informatJon,             can (800) 871-2287. The Grosse Pohlte                          erected     m the mld-1990s,            DaVIs "The lights         aren't
        DeSIgn show IS the pnmary source of                  News is proud to be a Blue Streak 8poD8Or.                                                      the counCIl        allowed       the    what bothers the commum_
       revenues for the DIO's research, edu-                                                                                                                 school to use the lIghts up to          ty, It'S the sound      NOise IS
                                                                                                                                                             SIX times       per year       ThIS     the... absolute    cntlCal    ele-
       catIon and support group programs
                                                                                                                                                                                                     mt ~
       that enhance the mdependence
      VIsually ImpaIred
          The 2004 Eyes on DeSIgn Mil be a
                                             of the
                                                         G.P. Woods 'rat'ifies                                                                              week the counell bumped
                                                                                                                                                            the number up to 45 tImes
                                                                                                                                                            over the course of one school
                                                                                                                                                                                                         'Ib thIS POint the CIty had
                                                                                                                                                                                                      no nOIse ordmance      that It

                                                         rodent 'nonproblem'
      celebratIOn of Race Car DeSIgn From                                                                                                                   year                                      could enforce for the sport-
      Fl race cars to stock cars, and Indy                                                                                                                       "I think the councll dId             mg events at the school
      500 speedsters       to hot rods, Eyes on                                                                                                             what IS best for the kIds, as            However, that was remedIed
     DeSIgn Mil showcase more than 200                    By Bonnie Caprara                                                                                well as the reSIdents It Wlil             by the counCIl, whIch now
     raCIng vehIcles, the largest and most                Staff Wnter                                        adoptIOn of the ordInance Cltmg the           be great for the student ath-             ultimately has the power to
     complete      dlspla)     of racecars    ever                                                           pOSSIble nsk of mfestatlon        Wlth the    letes at South," saId Matt                shut      down    the   public
                                                            The Grosse      POInte Woods City
     assembled, accordmg to the DIO                      CouncIl took qUick actIOn In adoptIng               hkelIhood      of     dner       weather     Outlaw,         South     a~slstant        address     system If It feels
         TIckets can be obtamed by calhng                two new ordmances          which speak to Berschback also CIted that many resI-                  pnnClpal and athletIC dlrec-              pn\'Jieges are bemg abUsed
    Eyes on DeSign at (313) 824 EYES                     rodent control - particularly        rats _        dents have expressed        concerns over     tor         Outlaw      ongInally            Other amendments        cov-
    (3937), or may be purchased onlIne at                at Its Monday, June 21, meetIng                    rodent control                                pushed        fOT 60 games per            ered parkmg, secunty        and
    www acteV8 com/go/eyeson                                                                                                                             year under the hghts                       htter control
                                                            The new ordmances pnmanly           focus          Tutag could not gIVe a speCIfic num-
                         - RIchard A Wright             on the proper srorage of firewood,                 ber of rat complamts      hIS department           "I think they could save It              The counCil has ordered
                                                                                                                                                         for the speCial occasIOns,"
                                                        coal, PipeS, boxes, bul!dIng matenals              has mvestlgated      but saId, "A Wayne
                                                                                                                                                         ,aId Robm Albrecht, a resl-
                                                        and SImilar matenals       and restnctlOns         County mspector has been out here,                                                           See LIGHTS, page 2A
                                                        on feedIng birds, all of which have led and he's assured us that there IS not
                   INDEX                               ro recent rat SightIngI' In the Woods               an mfestatlOn     problem      We usually
                                                           "ThIS IS the admlDlstratlOn's       effort     find that a problem IS the result of
   OpInion                                             ro localize control OVl'r thIS I~sue,~ CIty someone feed 109 bIrds In mO'lt cases,
                                            ,6A        atrorney     ChIp Berschback       said     "It people cooperate WIth us (10 rectlfymg
   Harper Woods
                                           lOA gl\'es Our code some teeth to requITe the problem) "
   Obituaries                                         reSidents to store their firewood and                  Berschback     saId the Woods has
                                           12A        other matenals      properl)       Normally         maIled     about   100 brochures       pUb-       Home: Grosse Pomte
  BUSIness ..                        . 15.l6A         these problems are cau'led by st{)rage                                                                      Farms
                                                                                                         lished by Wayne County that deal
  Schools                                             m the back) ard~ not 10 the qtreets "              With rodent control ro area reSidents             Age: 23
                                      .17-19A            The new ordinance also calls for the
  Autos                                                                                                      Both ordmances        were approved           Family: SlOgle, dOl(
                                       23-24A        cIty to take qUIck and Immediate                    after only a first read 109 backed hy                   CooJlf'r
  Entertainment                                      action to eradIcate a rat problem If a find10gs of fact which mcluded resI-                           Claim to fame: ramI'
                                            7B       reqrdent doeq not respond to a notice              dent concerns over rodent control.                      and hpr team are trav
  ClaSSIfied ads                                     ro come Into comphance WIth the ordi-
                                           BC        nance wlthm 10 dayq
                                                                                                        that thl' current ordinance regardmg                    ('hng to Athl'n~ to help
                                                                                                        ammals only addresses domE'qtlc aOl                     prepare the Denmark
                                                        CounCilwoman       VICki Granger took mals, concern over dry weather that                              .allmi{ team for the
                                                    I~sue that reqldents         would not be                                                                  OlympIC.
                                                                                                       Iq expected       and concernq       for the
                                                    Iqsued a tIcket before the CIty would                                                                Quotf': "WE' were asked
                                                                                                       health, safety and welfare of city reg-
                                                    take action to clean up hl~ or her Idents                                                                 bv thE' Danl.h
                                                                                                          The nl'W ordinances       are posted In             Fedl'ratlOn to 'all With
                                                       Whrle the rat populatIOn Iq not con
                                                                                                       18 locatIOn' throughout       the city and             their boat that Iq gOtnR
                                                   qldf'red       a   cnqlq     ~ltuatlOn       hy
                                                                                                      on the clty'q Web qlte (WWWCIWo.qe                     to the Olvmplc. we are
                                                   &> hack and buddmg              mqpector
                                                                                                      pomte-woods       mIl and wrll he pub-                 gOtn!!' to help them do
                                                   Gene Tutsg        Rer~chbllck pre.qed for
                                                                                                      iJqhcd m the .July I l~qUl' of the                     the be.t that they can"
                                                   Ow councl! to Ilpprovl' an lmmedlllte              nroq.e POinte New.                                Sf'e 'jtory, pagf' 4A
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    2A                               News                                                                                                                                                                     June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Grosse Pointe News

     yesterday's headlines                                                                                                              50 years ago thIS week
    50 years ago this week                       League Red Sox, chalks up a bchool admlDlstratlOn and
       • A stray dog IS shot and                 perfect, no-hit, no-run, 8-0po1Otsup a concern we have
    killed by the City of Grosse                 VIctOryover the Yankees m   had about dependmg upon a
    Pomte pohceman It bit The                    Ghesqmerl' Park             bervlce over which we have
    ammal's head IS sent to                        Only 18 Yankees face      no authonty"
    Herman KIefer HospItal to                    Anderson m the regulatlon      • Employees of a con-
    determme If It IS Infected                   slX-mmng game               struction company say It
    With rabies                                    The     only    blot    onWIll take 10 to 12 \\ eeks to
       The inCident prompts                      Anderson's performance IS   restore a fire-damaged home
    Chief Thomas Trombly to                      an error that allows a      10the 700 block of Berkshire
    order henceforth that any                    Yankee batter to reach first10Grosse Pomte Park
    dog found at large which                     base He IS erased when the     The flammg 3 1I2-story
    bites anyone WIll be shot                    next batter hits Into a dou-
                                                                            Tudor home required three
    and Its head sent to the hos-                ble play                   alarms and 45 mmutes to be
    pital for exammatlOn                                                    put under control The cause
       • John Huetteman Jr IS                 25 years ago this week        ISunder investIgation but IS
    appointed to the Grosse                      • Angry members of the belIeved to have started 10 a
    Pomte Shores board of                     Board of Education vote to bedroom
    trustees.                                 pull out of the Youth SerVICP    •    Umverslty     Liggett
       Huetteman WIll complete                DIVISIOn,endmg a year of School WIns Its first state
    the unexpIred term of Jack                blCkenng over financmg the champIOnship m baseball
    Wtll1ams, who m the last                  commumty-wlde        Juvemle     The       Knights     beat
    election was voted presI-                 cnme umt                      MaDlstee Cathohc          and
    dent, succeedmg Ernest                       The "final straw," accord- Frankfort In the final dou-
    Putnam                                    Ing    to    Supenntendent    bleheader of the Class D
       Huetteman, owner of a                  Wilham Coats, ISremoVInga tournament
    DetrOIt food products and                 YSD detective from North
    dmry concern, has been a
    member of the planmng
                                              HIgh With two weeks of 10 years ago this week
                                              classes remammg                  • Grosse Pomte school
                                                                                                                                       Farms lifeguards wait for business
    comffilSsionfor more than a                  The actlOn was taken at offiCials vote to estabhsh a                                    With construction still going on at Grosse Pointe Farms park and swim-
    year                                      "one of the most cntlcal dlstnct hbrary agreement                                        ming banned untll about July 3. lifeguards find Uttle to do except enforce
       • Lars Anderson, 12-year-              times dunng the school between the Pomtes and                                            the DOswimming rule. From left are Bill Carruthers, Paul Geist. John Chase
    old pltchmg ace of the                    year," Coats says "It was Harper Woods                                                   and Dan Reaume. Work Is progressing rapidly on the big expansloD at the
    Grosse Pomte Woods 1lttle                 done WIthout notlfYtng the       Passage of Proposal A 10                                park. Paving the old pier top was to be started this week. Sand is being
                                                                             March prompted the move                                   hauled In for the new beach area. Most of the facility should be available by
                                                                            because school dlstncts are                                the July Fourth weekeDd. (From the June 2. 1954 Grosse Pointe News.
                                                                            no longer allowed to levy                                  Photo by Fred Runnells.)
                                                                            separate taxes to support a
                                                                            hbrary                                                    once agam cause the closmg     receIves the first-ever Jerry      The award IS estabhshed
                                                                               •    ThiS year's Mack                                  ofFter Park beach 10 Grosse    Valente Village VISIOnary        by the Village AsSOCiatIon
                                                                            Avenue USA Fireworks                                     Pomte Farms                     Award from the Grosse            board of dlrectors as a
                                                                            show WIllgo on as planned                                   Heavy rams two weeks         Pomte Village AsSOCIatIOn.       memonal to Jerald Valente,
                               ~         ~V'v-VlDVUe eshVU£lte              thlS weekend at Parcells                                 ago flushed upper sectIOnsof      Lemweber IS honored for        who dled last year.
                                                                            Fleld in Grosse Pomte                                    the lake WIth overflowed        20 years of serVIce to the
                                                                                              Woods                                  sewer water, resultmg m         Village bus mess commuruty                  - Brad LIndberg
                               ~         p~GR l{p S ~el~ver ~                                    Organizers wornI'd there
                                                                                              wouldn't be enough money
                                                                                                                                     harmful levels of E coh bac-
                                                                                                                                     tena headmg downstream

                               A         ~econ:1t~~            Cldv~ce
                                                                                              donated to stage the popu-
                                                                                              lar annual event
                                                                                                • Grosse Pomte Park
                                                                                              sells mumclpal property
                                                                                                                                     to the Pomtes
                                                                                                                                        • Members of the Grosse
                                                                                                                                     Pomte school board ask
                                                                                                                                     pnnClpals at Grosse POinte
                                                                                                                                                                     Lights -----
                                                                                                                                                                     From page lA                        These are Just a few of the
                                                                                                                                     North and South high                                             major amendments that the
                                                                                              located at the corner of                                               that the school supply more      school has put 10 place for
                      "Iou e v,: It I ;;1'-:,', S'
                      J                  ~
                                                     II ~V\j
                                                               cr((~~w/   :/"":S              Jefferson and Pemberton                schools to examme the           secunty 10 and around the        the up-and-comlOg athletic
                                                                                              across from Cltyhall                   prospect of closed campuses     stadlum before, dunng and        seasons at South
                                                                                                A developer pays $42,000             dunng lunch hours               after all sportmg events           The agreement has to
                                                                                              for the lot and plans to erect            The request IS made two
                 YamferLip ..                          'UpliolStery                           a 6,000-square-foot office             weeks after a pair of three-
                                                                                                                                                                     Also, the school IS In charge
                                                                                                                                                                     of cleanup, and 1f It does not
                                                                                                                                                                                                      approved by the school
                                                                                                                                                                                                      board before It goes lOto
               28709 Harper Ave' St Clair Shores' 3 Blks S of 12 Mile                         bUlld10g                               car crashes occur after         clean up properly, the Clty      effect
                 c'        OJ'  I.  ~B£\.772.9910
                                                                                                                                     school on VernIer a short       Wlll hire someone to clean
                ,(I        wl'~Mll.;4 .. ,I\l'u)l~O\~1         ..                       5 years iIg'O'ttds-vre~           ~u   d\~<;I;    pt; ~ort1MlT9PertY   th~ 5urro~ndlPg 8fea and           See related editoriJU,
                                                                                      •   I
                                                                                                                                        .. ,_ Beverly Lemweber       b1l1 the schooL                           Page6A              _
                                                                                                •   HIgh bacte'rlil'''tev'(\'fs
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                                                        The City of Grosse Pointe Woods in conjunction with the Grosse Pointe Public School System, The
                                                     Grosse Pointe Business & Professional Association of Mack Avenue, Lochmoor Club & St. John Hospital
                                                     & Medical Center will once again be hosting the annual Grosse Pointe Woods Fireworks on Sunday, June
                                                     27, 2004, offering enjoyment to residents and those of our neighboring communities. Beginning at dusk,
                                                     the fireworks display can be viewed from Mason Elementary or Parcells Middle School fields, located at                                                             I

                                                                         Mack and Vernier. Come early to enjoy the fun and entertainment.

                                                     Returning sponsors Include Backer landscaping, Big Boy Restaurant, City of Grosse POInte
                                                     Park, Comenca, edmund t AHEE jewelers, Farmer Jack Food Emponum, Frank Rewold and
                                                     Son, Inc., Grosse POinte Busmess & Professional ASSOCIation Mack

x                                                    Avenue, Grosse POinte Dlstnct Foundation/Public Library,
                                                     Grosse Pointe News, the httle Blue Book, Lochmoor Chrysler
                                                     Plymouth Jeep, Inc., Lochmoor Club, Mr. C's Car Wash, Radar
                                                     Industnes, St. John HospItal & Medical Center, Standard Federal
                                                     Bank Mack/VernIer Branch, Sme & Monaghan GMAC Real Estate,
                                                     Sunnse ASSisted LIVing of Grosse POInte Woods, and Umverslty
                                                     LIggett School.

 June 24, 2004
 Grosse Pointe News                                                                                                                      News                                                                           15A

 Bikes stolen                     Dodge Durango m the 1400                                                                              On Monday, June 13, at                        entered the club basement
   A Honaa mountain blke
 was taken from a car port In
                                  hl()('k of WRvh"rn m G"" •• "
                                  Pomte Park Instead, that         -PtJette-"5AFETY REPORTS                                          abou.t   :3 15
                                                                                                                                                    to request an
                                                                                                                                                                 t   uf'f:.lo.c.l.o   unJ     t:lA~4U~Ujoht;J netuJ~D
                                                                                                                                                                                      traced to three co=erclal
                                  person managed to break                                                                            arrest warrant for hostmg                        dners
 the 700 block of Barnngton       the steenng column and                                                                             all open house party If the                         Officers cleared the scene
                                                                                                   and     Notre    Dame
 In Grosse Pomte Park some-
 time dunng the mght of
                                  made off With a Pioneer          Delinquent dad                  unknown        male
                                                                                                                          Jogger     woman didn't let teenagers                       after USing a thermal lmag-
                                  compact dISC player that           City of Grosse Pomte          reportedly pulled out a pIS-      m her house step outsIde for                     mg camera to determme
 Monday, June 14                  was mstalled m the velucle      pohce have referred to the                                         alcohol testmg                                   there were no hot spots
   Also m the Park, a Power                                                                        tol, POinted It at the ammal
                                                                  39-year-old father of a 17-      and warned Its owner, "Get           "Fme     ['m not havmg                        Pohce estimated damage at
 Senes bike was taken from a
 garage In the 1300 block of      Rams taken                      year-old male as "contnbut-
                                                                  mg to the delmquency of
                                                                                                   that dog away from me ~           them come outSide," she
                                                                                                                                     reportedly told pohce
 Wluttler sometime between      A 2003 Dodge Ram pickup                                              The Jogger - about 5-foot-
 Wednesday, June 16, and     was taken from the street m
                                                                  mmors" regardmg lus sanc-
                                                                  tiOnIng a dnnkmg party last
                                                                                                   8, medium bulld, black hmr           The woman's 18-year-old
                                                                                                                                     son admitted          dnnkmg,
                                                                                                                                                                                      Fire alarm
 Thursday, June 17           the     900     block     of                                          weanng black shorts - con-                                                            On Sunday, June 13, at
                                                                  week at lus house m the 800      tmued     along eastbound         pohce said.
                             Beaconsfield    In   Grosse          block of Cadieux near Mack                                            "We're dnnklng but It'S                       12 30 pm, Grosse Pomte
                             Pomte Park dunng the                                                  Jefferson The dog owner
 Cars egged                  fight of Thursday, June 17
                                                                  in the Grosse Pomte CIty         called pohce                      OK My mom IS home," the                          Shores pubhc safety officers
                                                                                                                                                                                      responded to a fire alarm at
   Two cars parked        on                                         On Tuesday, June 15, at                                         teenager allegedly s81d
                                Between mJdmght and                10 19 p.m., officers saw                                             "The kids brought It WIth                     a house on Greenbner.
 Ghesqwere Court and one 8 30 a m the next mOrnIng,
 car parked m the 1300 block another Dodge Ram pIckup,            minors leaVIng the man's         Terrier attacked                  them," the mother reported-                      Officers WItha thermal cam-
                                                                  home carrying        alcohol.       A    Husky       reportedly    ly told police. "It's OK. I took                 era searched the dwelling
 of Fairholme m Grosse tlus one a 2004, was taken                                                                                                                                     from basement to attic but
 Pointe Woods were egged at from the street m the 900             Officers s8Jd the man's son      attacked a YorksbJre terrier      theIr keys ~
                                                                  had a 112 percent blood          bemg walked by a Grosse                                                            dIdn't find any SIgnS of
 1040 p.m on Tuesday, June block of Beaconsfield.                                                                                                                                     flames or smoldenng
                                                                                                   Pomte Farms woman m the
    The owners of the three
                                                                  alcohol content He had fake
                                                                  Identification purchased at      first block of Mwr on             Lights out
 cars, who were at an area        Wheels locked                   the Techno Fest In down-         Sunday, June 13, at about           A 23-year-old DetroIt man
                                                                                                                                     wanted for felony burglary
                                                                                                                                                                                      Drunk in car
 house watching the final            Dunng    the mght       of   town DetroIt, police sood A      330 p m.                                                                              On Father's Day, Sunday,
                                                                  search turned up two pIpeS          The woman said her tern-       WIll be      extradIted   to
 game of the NBA Playoffs,        Thursday, June 17, someone                                                                         RiverSIde, Calif, follOWIng                      June 20, at 2.30 am, a 23.
 saw four unknown females         tned to remove the wheels       used for smokIng drugs           er was "severely tom up,~                                                          year-old Clmton 'Ibwnsbip
                                                                     Pollce s81d a teenage         pohce sood. A vetennanan          hIS arrest last week m
 In a white   Cadillac CTS        from a 2002 Cadillac parked                                                                        Grosse Pomte Shores                              woman who was drivmg her
 throw the eggs                   In the 800 block of Harcourt    female from the Park had a       reported the anImal m cnti-                                                        father's 1991 Honda four-
                                                                  blood alcohol level of .124      cal conditIOn WIth a punc-           On Fnday, June 18, at
                                  In Grosse Pomte Park                                                                                                                                door ran a red hght, was
                                                                  percent A 17-year-old male       tured chest and broken nbs        9'41 pm,       a patrolman
 Van stolen                                                                                           The case has been turned       pulled the man over on                           speedIng and dnvmg dI'11J1k
   A 2000 Chrysler van            Stray Ram                       from the Farms refused to
                                                                  take a breath test One           over to detectIves.               northbound Lakeshore near                        m Grosse Pomte Shores.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Pohce S81d she regIstered
parked m the street m the                                         youth ran away                                                     Roslyn for dnvmg a 1995
1200 block of Three MIle          recovered                          The teens were released       Speeding                          Dodge Ram with a broken                          a 14 percent blood alcohol
                                                                                                                                                                                      content. She'd made an ille-
Drive m Grosse Pomte Park      A 2004 Dodge Ram pIckup            on $200 bond and scheduled                                         headbght,     tallhght  and
                                                                                                                                                                                      gal nght turn on red from
was stolen dunng the night
of Tuesday, June 15 It was
                            was taken from a dnveway
                            m the 2100 block of Allard m
                                                                  to appear In court today,        drunk                             brake light. The truck
                                                                                                                                     belonged to a landscapmg                         southbound Lakeshore to
                                                                  June 24                                A 37-year-old Hamson                                                         westbound     Vermer    and
later recovered by DetroIt  Grosse Pomte Woods dunng                 The      father's  record                                       company in Warren
                                                                                                      'IbwnshJp man was arrested                                                      accelerated to 48 mph m a
pohce                       the early monnng hours of             Includes dnmken dnvmg,                                                                                              30 mph zone
                            Saturday, June 19. It was                                                 for drunken      dnVlng on

Two held up                 later recovered by police offi-
                                                                  multiple license suspen-
                                                                  sions, runmng a stop SIgn,
                                                                                                      Sunday, June 20, at 2:35       Yacht Club fire
                            cers m the 9200 block of
  Two people were the VlC- Pluhp In DetroIt                       speedmg and bemg mvolved
                                                                                                       am     In Grosse Pointe
                                                                                                      Farms. He'd been pulled
                                                                                                                                        Grosse Pointe Shores fire-                    Chops city tree
                                                                  m a crash.                                                         fighters issued a second                            On Saturday, June 19, at
hms of an armed robbery                                                                               over for speedmg hLS gold-     alarm last week upon amv-                        about 5 p.m , the father of a
outside of a store on Mack                                                                            colored 1999 Saturn SW2 44
near Maryland m Grosse            Cops claim                      I.D. theft                          mph on eastbound Mack He
                                                                                                                                     mg at the Grosse Pomte
                                                                                                                                     Yacht Club to see thIck
                                                                                                                                                                                      Grosse POinte Shores home-
                                                                                                                                                                                      owner on Roslyn was caught
Pomte Park at 8:13 a.m. on                                            On Thursday, June 17, a regIstered           a 15 percent
Wednesday, June 16                pellet gun                       47-year-old CIty of GJ'OlIse blood alcohol content
                                                                                                                                     smoke commg from the
                                                                                                                                                                                      cutting down a Clty-owned
                                                                                                                                                                                      tree between the SIdewalk
  The two 8U8pects - one       Grosse Pomte Woods pub-             Pomte man learned some-                                              On Thursday, June 17, at                      and street
who held up the paIr and IJc safety officers took a pel-
another who drove a car -   let gun from a 13-year-old
                                                                   one had stolen lus Identlty     Jeep stolen                       12 18 a m., Shores head-                            When pohce arnved, the
                                                                   and racked up unp81d cellu-           A dark blue 2001 Jeep       quarters receIVed a 911 call                     tree had been reduced to a 5-
made off WIth a small Grosse POJDte Farms boy                      lar telephone bills                Cherokee     four-door was     reporting smoke at the club                      foot stump
amount of cash. The VlctJms who was shooting the gun in               The man receIved notlfica. stolen between 12:15 and            on Lakeshore at the foot of                         "(The father) stated lus
were not hurt               a parkIng lot m the 20400              tlon from a collection agency 6.20 a m. on Wednesday,             VerDIer                                          son plans to put m a double
  The two suspects were In block of Mack at 5 58 p m               regarding     a $237 debt June 16, whlle parked In the               FIve   Shores    officers                     dnveway and he was help-
a dark green 2003 Chevrolet on Saturday, June 19 The               Unp8Jd bills had been sent 200 block of Cloverly In               responded m two fire trucks                      mg clear the area for drive-
Blazer, wluch was stolen m officers adVIsed the boy of             to two addreases In DetroIt.                                      and cruLSers Officers found                      way expansIOn," pohce said
                                                                                                      Grosse      POinte    Farms
a caI]ackmg m Hazel Park the city's ordinance          on                                                                            smoke COmIngfrom delivery                           The matter has been
                                                                                                      DetrOit pohce found the
an hour before the robbery shootmg pellet guns and
occurred.                   held the gun untJl It was             Bushes stolen                       velucle at 1 p m               doors on the north side of
                                                                                                                                     the bwlding
                                                                                                                                                                                      referred to the buddmg
  "They were qwck and they pIcked up by one of hIS par-               Seven boxwood bushes
were gone," saId Pubhc ents                                        worth $70 each were stolen      Six warrants                         Three   Shores    officers                                - Brad Lmdberg
Safety Cluef DaVId Hllier                                          from a nursery m the 17700            On Monday, June 14, at
"The Vlctuns were m the
~place         at.   thc.-s-
time. It appears to be a ran-      ~~oc~
                                                                   block of Mack 10 the City of 1 43 am, Grosse Pomte
                                                                    Prilillf ~        ~1
                                                                    mght of Tuesday;JUiie'15A
                                                                                                      year-old DetroIt man who
                                                                                                                                      ~hores hj~~~'1oPU,~li~
dom act' Park detectIves
are workmg WIth pohce from
                                   of AnIta In Grosse POJDte secunty VIdeo shows a vehl- was standing next to hIS car
                                  Woods WItnessed two males cle behmd the bUSiness In the parking lot of PIer
                                  pound and kick her 1986 shortly before 11 p m                       Park had Slx outstandmg
                                                                                                                                      safety officer
\lazel Park and DetroIt to
try to locate the suspects         Mercury Grand Marqws                                               warrants from DetroIt, the     By Brad Undberg                 ended up bemg a small dner
                                  that was parked ill front of                                                                       Staff Wnter                     fire. ~
                                  her house Just before 12 30     Three warrants                      state pollce and Washtenaw
                                                                                                                                        "It IS my pnVJlege to mtro-     Melnyk drove a rocky road
Auto theft                        a.m. on Sunday, June 20             On Tuesday, June 15, at 1
                                                                                                         Offenses mcluded open       duce James Melnyk, our when applymg for aJob WIth
                                  She yelled at the two males pm., a 23-year-old DetrOIt mtoXlcants In a motor velu-                 newest officer in Grosse the Shores
attempt                           to stop They fled west on woman was stopped on cle, failure to appear in                           Pomte Shores,' said Steve          "When I went to pIck up
  Dunng    the mght of            Amta m a red aedan, POSSI- Mack ill the CIty of Grosse court, speedmg,                    dnvmg    Polom, director of pubbc an application, I had a flat
Wednesday, June 16, some-         bly a Ford Taurus                POinte for dnvmg a blue, whJle 8U8pended and non-                 safety m Grosse Pomte tJre on the freeway,~ he said.
one tned to steal a 1998                     - Bonnie Caprara four-door Mercury MystJque payment of fines Farms                      Shores                         He made repmrs and contln.
                                                                   WIthout a hcense plate clear- pohce held the man for                 Melnyk, a former fire ued to Village Hall.
                                                                   ly VISIble Pohce arrested DetroIt authontJes                      fighter m Centerlme, was          "Here I am, all dirty wear-
Shores police deal                                                 the woman on three war-
                                                                   rants and seven suspen-
                                                                   sIons                           School damage
                                                                                                                                     sworn m last week by mg Jean shorts and a T-
                                                                                                                                     Village PreSIdent Dr James shirt," he S8Jd As he entered
                                                                                                                                     Cooper T1Je ceremony took headquarters, he happened
with revenue cuts                                                 Fake $50
                                                                                                        Someone broke back door
                                                                                                      Windows near the aumton-
                                                                                                      urn of Grosse Pomte South
                                                                                                                                     place dunng a trustee meet- to meet ChJefGary MItchell,
                                                                                                                                     Ing attended by Melnyk's now retJred
                                                                                                                                     WIfe, Tara                        "He took me on a tour and
By Brad Undberg                   trends and techmques Iden-          On Fnday, June 11, some- HIgh School on Saturday,                 Melnyk has been assIgned showed me everythmgt
Staff Wnter                       tJty thIeves use to acqwre one passed a counterfeIt $50 June 12, between 2 45 pm,                  to the mIdnight shift          Melnyk said "Everybody
   Pohce are tradItionally        fraudulent credJt                bIll at a drug store In the and 6 15 P m the next day.               "JIm has completed 640 was so roce, very helpful
tramed to mvestlgate cnme,           "They also gave Ideas on 17100 block of Kercheval in                                            hours of trammg at the Camaradene was excellent
not outmaneuver state bud-        how to prosecute and what the CIty of Grosse Pomte               Party parent                      Macomb Pohce Academy.~ They were mterested                 111
 get cuts                         tools to use,~ PoloD! S81d                                                                         saId PoloD! "He IS certIfied meetmg me - someone in
                                                                                                        A 47-year-old       Grosse
   In Grosse POinte Shores,
officers are rootlr:g out non-
                                         PSO James Tassle
                                  recently       attended      an
                                                                  Man draws gun                       Pomte Farms woman last         as a state of MIchIgan pohce grubby clothes trylng to get
                                                                                                                                     officer, paramedic and fire a Job. RIght there I knew
                                                                                                     week refused to let pohce
traditional sources of fund.
mg to compensate for lack of
                                  advanced class m hostage
                                                                  on dog                             investigate underage dnnk-      fighter'                       where I wanted to go •
                                                                     On Wednesday, June 16, a mg at her house m the 200                 Melnyk has an aSSOCIate's In other department activ-
state revenue shanng                 "It was taught by a former few mmutes before 11 pm,                                             degree m fire SCIence from Ity, Lt DaVIdYounk and offi-
   "We are       startmg    to    FBI hostage negotIator,"                                            block of RIdge near Moran
                                                                  a 48-year-old City of Grosse          "She     knowmgly      was   Macomb           Commumty cers 'lbny Spma and Steven
research more grants to pur-      Polom sood                                                                                         College                        Murphy recently completed
                                                                  Pomte man was walkmg hIS
chase some eqUipment," saId               PSO Amy Elhson dog, possIbly a pIt bull. on allOWIngmmors to consume                          "We're thnlled to have 40 hours of advanced tactJ.-
                                  recently taught CPR to                                              alcohol m her presence,"
Steve PoloD!, dIrector of                                         Jefferson between St CI81r pohce saId                              him WIth us," Polom ssld       cal trammg class at Alpena.
pubhc safety                      admmlstrators of the Grosse                                                                           One of Melnyk's first          "That goes along WIth our
   The    department      thIS    Pomte Yacht Club                                                                                   actIOns m the Shores was Grosse Pomte SWAT team.~
month sought three grants
   "One was receIved," Polom
saId The MIchIgan State
                                     Elhson also Jomed the
                                  Shore's bIke patrol             Woods-----
                                     "We'll start patrols when From page lOA
                                                                                                                                     helpmg extmgUlsh a fire m PoloD! Bald
                                                                                                                                     the basement of the Grosse
                                                                                                                                     Pomte Yacht Club
                                                                                                                                                                       Sgt WIlham NIcholson
                                                                                                                                                                    attended an arson investiga-
                                                                                                        At least one Woods resI-
Police prOVIded$500 for the      weather permIts," Polom                                             dent WIll be sure to spend         "There was a lot of tor update and refresher
purchase of a Prellmmary         saId                             lessons                            Labor Day weekend not a         smoke," Melnyk saId "It class m Mount Pleasant
Breath Test analyzer                 BIke patrols, whIch take        "We're eXCIted about the Lake Front Park but on
   "We never have enough of      officers out of patrol cars new classes,"              Recretlon Mackmac Island
those," Pol om saId "We          and mto first-person contact SuperVIsor Mehssa Warnack
carry one m each car ~           WIth the pubhc,            have saId "We hope famlhes take             For every lap completed at            LASER HAIR REMOVAL
   In the last two years. the    become proven cnme deter- advantage to ennch thelT the park's walkmg path
                                                                                                     between May 29 and July
Shores bought firefighter        rents and public relatIOns educatIOnal expenences'
                                                                                                     28, reSIdents WIllbe ehgIble
                                                                                                                                                                                             FDA ApproVed
turnout gear and hoses WIth      tools m the Park. CIty and          In addition to the new to fill out a regIstration form
money from the Federal           Farms
                                                                                                                                                                                      LASER HAIR REMOVAL
                                                                  classes, traditIOns return to to be selecU:!dat random for
Emergency       Management           In addItion to ndmg Lake Front Park
Agency                           Lakeshore and SIde streets,                                         an all-expenses paId tnp to                                                        • Permlnent Hair Reduction
                                                                     The parks annual Perch                                                                                             • All Skin Colors, TlK\$ OKI
   "WIth cuts In state rev-      assIgnments              mclude Derby WIll be held June 19 MISSIonPomte Resort
enue shanng, we're always        patrolhng mumClpal parks from 9 a m to 2 P m Aug 7                     UntIl Oct 31, Lake Front                                                        • CompetttIve PrtceI
lookmg     for   alternative     and performmg crowd con- IS set for the annual CIty piC- Park IS open from 6 a m to
                                                                                                                                                                                            PRICES STARTlNG AT:
sources of revenue,~ Polom       trol dunng SpeCIalevents         mc, famJly mOVIemght and 11 pm Sunday through
said                                New city counCIl members camp out                                Thur~day and from 6 to I                                                           Biklni ..~."." ..".." ...... $159
   Although the department       In Grosse Pomte Woods have
                                                                     There WIll be another out- a m Fnday and Saturday                                                                  Underarma,".""."~..$l79
has cut back on spendmg,         overcome oPPOsItion to bIke door family mOVIemght and                  Pool hours are from 10
trammg remllms a pnonty          patrols Such duty IS expect- camp out on Fnday, .July 16 a m                to 9 p m WIth the            FREE                                                L.uer Genesis
   • Sgt Dan Pullen attend-      ed to begm thiS spnng               The park WIllproVIde pool exception of .June 1 U, 10,            Consultatlons'                                        Skin ReJuvenation
ed a conference on IdentIty         Regarding bike patrols of Side mUSIC June 20, July when It WIll be open from
theft sponsored by the           a motonzed kind, the Shore~ 4 and 17,Aug 7 and 21 and noon to 8 p m Monday                                                                            Call to schedule your
Wayne County DetectIves          motorcycle umt has been on Sept 4                                   through Fnday Adult early
                                                                                                                                                                                        appointment todayl
As'IOC1atlOn                     the road for more than a            There VIoIIl al~o be ~Wlm- lap sWim I~ from 630 to 9
   "That was our hIghest         W('(lk The umt consIsts of minI( under the stars WIth a m                    Monday      through
spike m cnme last year,"         PSOs Scott Rohr, Ron Coste, pool SIde musIc for teens on Saturday, June 11 to Sept 3
Polom said                       James Tassle and Jason July 9 and for famlhes on                       For more mformatlOn, call
   Pullen learned current        Rengert                          July 23                            (313) 343-2470

       14A                       Business                                                                                                                                              June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                 Grosse Pointe News

       Wireless coverage hits the waters
           Patnck Beard and Garrett       mcal support "                    subscnbers   at the DYC
        Myers, prIncipals In the             HIS research turned up could "roam" to any other Lakes. It's easier to take the
        Grosse         POInte-based                                                                           kids too If they can 1M
                                           several compames speCializ- Coastal Wave eqUipped har-
        Gateway Group consultIng                                                                              (Instant Message) and play
                                          Ing In manna WIFI, Includ- bor for no addItIonal cost
        finn, boat owners and mem-                                                                            on-lIne games With their
                                          109 Coastal Wave In Port            Myers' bUSIness partner fnends"
        bers of the Grosse POInte         ClIOton, OhIO                     Pat Beard, a director at the         Coastal Wave WIll have
        and Detroit yacht clubs are          "Coastal Wave, whIle baSI- Grosse Pomte Yacht club,
        making It possible for them-                                                                          over 50 harbors covered for
                                          cally a father and son family had been mterested ill get-
        selves and thousands of fel-                                                                          the 2004 boatmg season
                                          busmess, IS one of the most tIng W1Fl for the GPYC's
        low boaters to spend more                                                                             from Cleveland, OhIO, to
                                          expenenced In the U S WIth 350-boat marina and sug-
        time on their boats                                                                                   CharleVOIX New Coastal
                                          three years of manna W1.FI gested that theIr Gateway
          Laat summer, Myers orga-                                                                           Wave harbors thIS season In
                                          expenence and forty man. Group team up WIth Coastal
       mzed an effort at the DetrOIt                                                                         the DetrOIt-Lake St ClaIr
                                          nas covered In OhiO," Wave to develop a network
       Yacht Club to set up WIFI                                                                              area mclude      the DYC,
                                          Meyers saId "They had of Coastal Wave harbors In
       coverage for the club's 380                                                                           Keans, Harbor HIli, GPYC,
                                          already solved many of the MIclugan and beyond They
       boats, motivated pnmanly                                                                              Emerald CIty and Belle
                                          problems that we were qUIckly SIgned up over a
       by wantIng to spend more                                                                              Maer, provlClmg coverage to
                                          encountenng, and they had dozen large clubs and man- over 3,000 yachts Service at
       tIme on Ius boat and at the       the expenence and support Das
      club                                                                        from    DetrOIt       to the GPYC also extends lOto
                                         team that we lacked 'Ibm CharlevoIX for the 2004
          "We learned two thIngs,"                                                                           the Grosse Pomte Shores
                                         Whitted has over 30 years of boatmg season                          mumclpal       manna       In                                             Photo b) Bonrue Caprara
      Myers smd "The first IS that       RF (radIo frequency) expen-                                                                             Groue Pointe Woods resident Dennis Andrus waa
                                                                             "There are over a mIllion Northern MIChigan, the four
      many boatIng and non-boat-         ence WIth manne and public regtstered         boats In thiS marmas In Harbor Spnngs the first member of the GrolH Pointe Yacht Club to
      Ing members were able to           two-way       radIo,  IS an state, WIth probably tens of
      spend more time at the club                                                                            and the Insh and northwest subscribe to WiFI service provided by the GroBIC
                                         advanced ham ramo technt- thousands of boaters who
      by staYIng In touch USIng                                                                              mannas m CharlevoIX WIll Pointe-baaed            Gateway Group and the Port Clinton,
                                         clan and a boater HIS son can do busmess from their
      theIr computers and cell                                                                               be operational by the Fourth Ohlo-bued         COital Wave. MMost of my work as a rel-
                                         Matt adds the cntIcal boats If they have lugh per- of July                                           Idential real estate broker II done on line, on the
      phones The second IS that It      Internet and complex net- formance Internet and a cell
     Isn't easy Even WIth good                                                                                  Coastal Wave rates are phone and by fu:, so the Coastal Wave service meaus
                                        work management experi- phone," Beard smd. "It's a
     techrucal help, It was more        ence "                                                              SImilar to DSL or cable I can work from my boat mOlt of the lummer,"
                                                                          short boatIng season here Internet, except there lS no Andrus said,
     of an effort to proVIde reh-           The DYC selected Coastal W1FI 10 harbors lets boaters set-up fee and no contract
     able WIFI coverage over            Wave because of Its expen- take four and five day week-                                                  Grosse Pomte Woods reSI- because It helps attract
                                                                                                            Each of the transmIssIon
     such a large area than we          ence, competItIve       rates, ends and take advantage of cells, or antennae, placed ID dent DenniS Andrus was the members and busmess to
     Imagmed, and some users            theIr proxlnuty to Detroit all the great harbors that we                                             first to SIgn-Upat the GPYC the club
     require a great deal of tech-                                                                          the mannas have a reach of Andrus and hIS WIfe Nlkkt              "People are so busy today
                                        and because Coastal Wave have here on the Great about 100 yards
                                                                                                                                             keep a 1979 Hatteras 43- that It'S hard for them to
                                                                                                                                             foot motor yacht at the club, spend much time at a pn-
                                                                                                                                            whIch he calls hls ~east SIde vate club or on theIr boats,.

                                    Business People                                                                                         office ~                        Tramor saId "The WIFI
                                                                                                                                                "Talk about locatIOn'" helps us attract new mem-
                                                                                                                                            Andrus SaId "As an early bers and transIent boaters,
                                                                                                                                            nser, I watch the sun come and they spend more tIme at
           Three of the five attorneys from Dykema GossettPLLC           Dow Awards, wluch recogmze and encourage outstandmg
        recognIzed by Chambers USA, Amenca's Leadmg employee acmevement related to company operatIons and                                   up over Lake St ClaIr, there the club whIch helps support
       Busmess Attorneys 2004-05, as leadIng busmess attor- humamtanan BceVltIes ill the commumty                                           are cool breezes 10 the after- the many functions and
       neys ID the state of MIchigan hatl from the Grosse                                                                                   noon; the club has every facl1lt1es that we offer.
       Pomtes                                                               Boladtan was honored for ms personal leadership as              amemty that I could ask for, Busmess chents are askmg
                                                                         manager of mBJor accounts-bllhng, wluch involved gmd-              and many of my fnends, our           catenng        staff    for
          lJoyd A. Semple of Grosse Pomte Farms ranked No 1 109 the reSIdential and commeretal btllmg group through
       10 the corporateJM&A area       Semple has practIced gener- a culture change that transformed the performance of the                 chents and busmess assOCI- Internet        broadband         for
       al corporate law, Includmg acqUISItIons, dtvestItures, group and tmproved overall employee comIDltment and                           ates spend tIme here Most meetmgs too Dunng the
       mergers and financmgs for more than 39 years He served satIsfactIon                                                                 of my work as a reSidentIal Gold Cup hydroplane races,
      chaIrman and CEO of Dykema Gossett from September                                                                                    real estate broker IS done on our members aDd guests can
      1995 through Apnl 2002                                               Lemerond, an engtneenng techmclan at Detroit                    line, on the phone and by follow the action hve whtle
                                                                        EdIson's 8t Clair power plant, developed a unIque metal            fax, so the Coastal Wave ser- gettlOg an audIo feed and
          Paul R. Rentenbach        of Grosse Pomte Park ranked
                                                                        poltshmg method that IS used to IdentItY IDlCroSCOPIC VIce means J can work from stats over the Internet,
      No 3 In the corporate!M&A area He has more than 25 metallUTg)C81                 VOIds
      years of expenence 10 corporate and mumclpal finance,                                                                                my boat most of the sum- which make that popular
                                                                           Anolt was on a team that deVIsed a new method to                mer"                            event even more mterest-
      mergers and acqUISItIonsand capItal r81sing for clients m
                                                                        make natural gas lme rep811'S The new method mvolves                   Thm Tramor, DYC's gener- 109"
      a WIde vanety ofmdustnes, mcludmg automotIve supplI-
                                                                        creatIng a pavement openmg of only 12 to 18 mches 10               al manager, likes the WIFI
      ers, ret81lers, technology proVIders and busmess servtces dtameter, whIch has saved $240,000 WIth more saVIngs to
      proVIders From 1994 to 2002, he served as practice be reahzed
      group leader or co-leader of the firm's corporate finance
      practlce group From 1980 to 1986, he was head of the                 Kenneth     A. F1aska,        formerly of
      fitni's'mutnCIpal l', servtng as bond counsel KaSlborskt, Royayne & Flaska, has Jomed
      for a vanety of           and local governmental Issuers of
                                                                        the 1J3~~d'      'Hllts"''1llW 1firh1 D\l.~
      mUnICIpaldebt He currently heads the finn's mvestment Mann, Mulcahy & Sadler PLC as a mem-
      management team, wluch counsels numerous regzstered ber
      Investment adVIsers and serves as fund counsel and coun-             Flasks concentrates hIS practIce 10 the
      sel to mdependent fund dIrectors for several mutual fund areas of complex cornmeretal htIgatIOn,
      groups He IS also hsted 10 "The Best Lawyers 10 busmess law WIth a focus on finanCIal
      Amenca "
                                                                       mstItutIons, and bankruptcy law He also
         Joseph A. Ritok of the Park, who IS currently the serves as a medIator 10 Wayne County
      DetrOIt Office Managmg Member, r811ked No 2 10 the CITCUltCourt and IS a reSIdent of Grosse
     Employment Mmnly Defendant category He spectaltzes Pomte Park
     In the defense of employment matters before federal and
     state agenCIes and courts Annually smce 1997, Mr Rltok
     has been selected for "The Best Lawyers ill Amenca .•
                                                                          Kathleen Batke Aro of Grosse Pomte Park has been
                                                                       appointed preSIdent for the Volunteer Accountmg SeTVlce
                          The Advocates RIghts Counet! awarded Team of Mtchtgan (VASTof MichIgan), a nonprofit agency
                       Grosse Pomte Woods resldent Patricia            whIch prOVIdes management and finanCial expertIse to
                       Chylinski the First Fnend Award at its low-mcome famlhes and nonprofit orgamzatlOns 10
                       53rd annual Legacy Awards program on MIclugan, by Its Board of DIrectors
                       Fnday, May 21
                          Chylmskl was recogmzed for her out-             Roland L. Olzark and Malcolm J. Sutherland of the
                       standIng acceSSIbIlity and support to pe0- CIty of Grosse Pomte, Robert R. Helfenstein and Dean                           NathaUe Richter of the City of Groue Pointe
                       ple WIth developmental dlsablhtles She E. Richardson                of Grosse Pomte Farms, Michael                    was one of 800 muggles who attended a special
                      was the fonner mtenm dIrector of the Kranson 8lld Philip J. Mabarak of Grosse Pomte Park,                              screening of the Harry Potter and the Prisoner
                       DetrOIt-Wayne County Mental Health Clifford L. Sadler of Grosse Pomte Shores, and James                               of Azkaban on Saturday, June 5, at the Uptown
       Chyllnski      Agency                                                                                                                 Palladium 12 in Birmingham hosted by The PrI-
                                                                       L. Conley of Grosse Po1OteWoods were recognIzed by the
                                                                      State Bar of MIchIgan as SO-year honorees at a receptIon               vate Bank.
       Michael Karwowski of Grosse Pomte Woods was at the Dearborn Inn on Fnday, May 21                                                         The guests adorned character attire and were
    named corporate VIce preSident and corporate treasurer                                                                                   entertained    by "wizards."
    of ThyssenKrupp Budd Co He most recently served as                   Debra Frantz returns to Bank One to manage the                         The PrIvate Bank, whose bank divilions and
    dIrector of operatIOnal controlhng He Jomed the company Metro East dlstnct, whIch mcludes 11 branches lo                                 subsidiaries    include The Bank of Bloomfield
    as an accountant 10 1976 and has held numerous POSI- Macomb County, Harper Woods and Grosse Pomte                                        Hilla. The Bank of GroBle Pointe. The Bank of
    tIOns, mcludmg controller of the DetrOit plant and VIce Farms Most recently, she was executive officer m charge                          Rochester     and The PrIvate Bank Mortgage
    preSIdent and controller of ThyssenKrupp Budd Systems             of retail and busmess development at a local credit uOlon              Company, hosted the screening for employees
                                                                      She worked for Bank One and Its predecessor, NBD Bank,                and cDents.
       John Boladian of the CIty ofGros~e Pomte, Matthew              for 16 years In mortgage, commeretal and small busmess
    Lemerond of Grosse Pomte Fanns and Michael Arioli bankmg
    of Grosse Pomte Woods all receIved DTE Energy Alex
                                                                       Grosse Pomte Farms reSident John P. Jacobs of John
                                                                     P Jacobs PC 10 DetrOIt has been selected to recleve the
                                                                     12th annual Excellence m Defense Award by the
                                                                     MIchIgan Defense Tnal Counsel's annual summer confer-
                                                                     ence Fnday, June 18, and Saturday, June 19, m Mount

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                                                                                                                                  YOUR GRAOUATEI   Surgery in GroBle Pointe Woodl held a luau for
                                                                                                                                                   referring dentists and their staff during lunch
                                                                                                                                                   on Tuesday, June 15, In addition to the illand
                                                                                                                                                   mUllc and food, pelts       toured the faclDty,
                                                                                                                                                   which opened In the 20600 block of Mack just
                                                                                                                                                   over a year ago.

        June 24, 2004
        Grosse Pointe News                                                                                                                                        News                                                                            3A

        Letter gets Ficano's attention for crosswalk
                                                                                        By Bonnie Caprara                        men quoted m the Grosse                  received a response a month said consideratIOn was glVen
                                                                                        Staff Wnter                              POInte News saymg It was                 later                         for a crosswalk because peo_
                                                                                     When Grosse Pomte Park                      the county's pohcy not to put               In a letter dated May 20, pIe were crossing at a num-
                                                                                  set up a boulevard to diVIde                   handicap ramps and cross-               Flcano told Van Dellen that ber of unsafe locatIOns and
                                                                                  and       beautify       Jefferson             walks at all corners on mam             he asked the Roads DIVISion that there had preVIously
                                                                                  between         Somerset         and           streets but only at the cor-            to InvestIgate the request been a lIght and a crosswalk
                                                                                  Maryland, It created a hand-                   ners With traffic signals               for a crosswalk and said, "In at that mtersectIon
                                                                                  Icap pedestnan accesSlbili-                   They CIted concerns about                thiS Instance, the      Roads    The Park wlll cut out curb
                                                                                 ty                                             safety for all pedestnans.               DIVISion mvestlgatlon con- cuts, and the county WIllput
                                                                                    "I've been frettIng about                       "With no legal pedestnan             eluded that a crosswalk up crosswalk SignS and
                                                                                 thIs for a couple of years,"                   crOSSIngsbetween Maryland                could be reestabhshed      at markIngs on the road when
                                                                                 SaId Kenneth Van Dellen, a                     and Somerset/Westchester,                Nottmgham           and    E road pamtmg commences
                                                                                 Park resident who hves one                     there are no markIngs on                Jefferson Avenue Without
                                                                                 block south of Jefferson on                    the street to warn dnvers               adversely affectmg the safe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Van Dellen IS certalD that
                                                                                 Nottmgham "I used to be                       that pedestnans        may be            ty of pedestnans'
                                                                                                                                                                                                       he wlll not be the only reSI-
                                                                                 able to cross the street to go                 crosSIng anywhere on that                   Pat Hogan, Wayne County dent to benefit from a curb
                                                                                 to the pharmacY or the dry                    stretch," Van Dellen wrote               director of roads, SaId the cut and marked crosswalk
                                                                                 cleaner Now It's been one                     m a letter to the edItor pub-            county had receIved a num-        "WIth the new hbrary
                                                                                barner after another.                          hshed m the Grosse POInte                ber of complamts about openmg, there Will be other
                                                                                    Van Dellen gets around                     News on Apnl 21.                         madequate croSSIngs In the people who ffilght want to
                                                                                hiS neighborhood by foot or                        Van Dellen sent a copy of            busmess and CIVICarea of
                                                                                                                                                                                                       walk across the street at
                                                                                on hiS bIke At 66, his                         the letter to Flcano and                 Jefferson In the Park He Jefferson," Van Dellen sald.
                                                                                arthntIc knees flare up m
                                                                                cold weather           Mounds of
                                                                                plowed snow are another
                                                                                obstacle          to
                                                                                Jefferson at NottIngham
                                                                                                           crossIng            County blocks grant for
                                                     Pholo by Bonrue Caprara
                                                                                   Van Dellen had some con.
                                                                                cerns from comments made
                                                                                by Wayne County Executive
                                                                                                                               City's ~smartcrosswalks'
           Grone Pointe Park resident Kenneth Van Dellen Robert                                Flcano,       Wayne            Plans have been canceled thIs project IS not ehgIble for
       was one of several realdents who complained of the County Roads DIrector Pat to mstall a crosswalk system CDBG fundmg," said Bnan fit Because the proposed
       Inadequate     number of crosswalks In the business                     Hogan, and Wayne County near a City of Grosse Pomte                                                                                     locations are not mcome-eh-
                                                                                                                                                               Vick, assistant CIty ad.muus- glble areas, the project IS not
       and civic cIlstrict of Jefferson In the Park. "With no corporate counsel and Park elementary school that fea- trator
      legal pedestrian      crossings between Maryland                and Councllman                        Samuel tured hghts that automati-
                                                                                                                                                                 To be ehgIble, the project                              As a result, the grant
      SomersetlWestchester,       there are no markings on the Nouhan at a town meeting cally warn motonsts when must target lower mcome
      street to warn drivers that pedestrians           may be cross- held for area reSIdents at pedestnans                                                                                                           money has been reallocated
                                                                                                                                           step mto the groups                                                        toward mstallatlon of an
      ing anywhere on that stretch," wrote Kenneth Van Trombly Elementary School roadway.                                                                        CynthIa Cooper Vails, the audible pedestnan system
      Dellen in a Letter to the Editor in the Grosse Pointe                    on Apnl 8. Van Dellen, who                     The "smart crosswalks" county's deputy wrector of
      News that got the attention of Wayne County Execu- was not at the meetIng, was were mtended for mtersec- community                                                                                                 City admlwstrators      Will
                                                                                                                                                                                 development,                         seek authonzatton from the
      tive Robert Ficano.                                                      surpnsed to see the three bons near M81re School on made the l'U1u).g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      county to place the Signals
                                                                                                                          Caweux, Just off the heaVIly                                                                at the mtersectIons of Neff
                                                                                                                          trafficked Village commer-
     Farms fireworks Saturday                                                                                             Clal wstrict
                                                                                                                             As proposed m January,
                                                                                                                                                                 "Your apphcatJon states and CharlevoIX, and St.
                                                                                                                                                              that the actIVIty benefits the Clllll' and Waterloo
                                                                                                                                                              elderly and wsabled who are                                Blocks grants were used
          FIreworks mark the finale launch on the open area                       Funding for the regatta City offiCIals planned to presumed low- to moderate. In 2000 to mstall sunllar
      of the Grosse Pomte Farms north of the BIg Harbor                       comes from two sources The                 make the nearly $58,400 Income groups," Valls wrote. eqwpment m the Village
      Boat Club 2004 Regatta on            • 4 to 6 pm. Judgmg the city contnbutes                        a fixed expendIture              from federal "Nevertheless, because the AudIble SignalS also have
      Saturday, July 3                  "Most      Patnottc        Table" amount each year Club Community                                   Development      benefits of the visual pedes- been placed &~ Mack and
          Pyrotechmcs     Will be Decoratmg (please register members                             contribute         a Block Grants, which are tnan CTOssmg slgnage and Vernier m Grosse Pomte
     launched from the foot of near the stage)                                slIghtly larger share                      allocated through Wayne SignalS extend beyond those
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Woods, the location of
     Harbor Htll The show can             • 4 to 6 pm. Judgmg the                 The CIty pays for the band County                                          groups and benefits all Parcells MIddle School
     be Vlewed from Pier Park Boat DecoratIOns, both har- In the evenmg and fireworks                                       "Smce that tIme, Wayne pedestrians,                  the project
     and all along Lakeshore           bors                                   show All entertamment,                     County has determmed that becomes an area-wide bene-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 - Brad Lindberg
     from Warner to Moross                • 4 to 6 P m MIchele's gantes, contests, and pnzes
         ThIs year's regatta fea- Crafts, ill the south room of other than thst are orga-
     tures the followmg actiVIties the Boat House, there WIll mzed and funded by the
    at the speCIfied tImes and be a small fee for matenals                    Boat Club
                                                                                                                              City records enter space age
    locatlons at PIer Park                • 5 p m Judging the Best                The Club IS always ready By Brad Lindberg                                   Frank revealed a color-coded and materials used. Such
              11 a m       Opemng Pie Jack Boland, chief to welcome new members:                                         Staff Wnter                          rendermg of underground                                 records WIll mdlUte trouble
    Ceremowes, the Stage near Judge, near the stage                               "It's a SOCIalgroup rather                 NASA'           I
                                                                                                                                             y             d water maInS, SanItary pipeS spots and eqwpment that
    the Boat House                        • 5 to 7 pm                                                                                s ea:.
                                                                "In The than a boat group," s81d space exp Iora won mannlded and sewer hnes         yte e                                                             ffilgbt need replaCIng
         • 11 a m to noon Judgmg Nelghborhood," a barber- Dale Johnston, Boat Club
    decorated bikes, the mner shop quartet, WIll stroll and VIce commodore "You don't                                    freeze.dned             breakfast      A correspondmg database                                  "I want to track all breaks
    lot west end, near the con- serenade around the pIcniC need a boat to Jom "                                          dnnks and Ink pens that mdIcated pipe diameters,                                             and sewer cleanings," said
    cessIOn stand                      area                                      New members pay a one- wrote whLle upSIde down                              length     and         mstallatlOn                      Mike Overton, CItymanager.
             Noon to 2 pm'                   7 pm Pnzes for the time $25 InItIation                             fee.        Now,       satellIte       pho- dates PIpe breaks can be                                     The system should be
    ChIldren's      games,    With Best Decorated Boat, the Annual dues are $20 for a tographs of the planet's sur- registered, Includmg man- mstalled                                                                             Wlthm       eIght
   pnzes, the open area north "Most PatnotIc Table," and smgle membershIp and $35 face are among space-age power needed for repairs weeks, Frank SaId.
   of the big Harbor                  the Most DehClous Pie Will for famIlIes                                           spmoffs to reach practJ.ca1
        • 230 to 3 30 pm' The be awarded                                        For information about purpose back on Earth
   Amazmg Clark, Puppeteer               • 8 to 10 P m Concert by JOIning the Grosse POJnte                                 Black and whIte Images
   and Morel, the Stage at the Soul PrOVIder, the stage Fa>ms Boat Club, call VICe taken from Orbit wtll help
   Boat House                         area                                   Commodore Dale JohnsuJn City of Gl'OSSilPomte offi-
        • 4 pm       A mass kIte         • 10 p m Fireworks                  at (313) 882 989                           Cials map and catalog
                                                                                                                           By      usmg        overhead
                                                                                                                        Images to create a geo-                          ALWAY6 AVAILABLE AT
                                                                                                                        graphiC Information system,
                                                                                                                        city records can be consoh-
                                                                                                                        dated,      coordmated        and                                  ~
                                                                                                                        updated WIth a few stnkes                                                            ~
                                                                                                                        of a computer keyboard               313-884-4422 If! Ke-tkYdI oolk.!fl1' Cro!J.e ~!c fn 313-8l16-4341
                                                                                                                           "Pnor to high speed,
                                                                                                                       affordable computers, map
                                                                                                                       and data mfonnatlon was
                                                                                                                       segregated by departments,
                                                                                                                       and uodatmg was labon-
                                                                                                                       ous," said Bnan Vick, assIs-
                                                                                                                       tant CIty manager There
                                                                                                                       Isn't a department m the
                                                                                                                       city that can't benefit from
                                                                                                                       thIS,      espeCially       (:ubhc
                                                                                                                      works "
                                                                                                                          Underground assets such
                                                                                                                      as sewer hnes WIll be mcor-
                                                                                                                      porated mto computer soft-
                                                                                                                      ware and overlaid onto
                                                                                                                      bird's-eye Images haVIng a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ."- 16ll;{,(JlO
                                                                                                                          "It's pretty detailed," said
                                                                                                                      Larry Frank, of Orchard,
                                                                                                                      Hiltz & McChment, low-
                                                                                        Photo by Bonn,. Caprara       bidder to mstall the system
    Lightning fells tree in the Woods                                                                                 "You can get down mto
                                                                                                                      someone's back yard"
         Lightning took anothe, toU on a local tree, this time on an American ub                                         The system Will cost
    In the backyard of a hoUlle In the 500 block of Soutb BrJr- In Groue Pointe                                       $18,000        Grosse       Pomte
    Woods at about 2 a.m. on Thursday, June 10. Homeowner Patricia Cotgro've.                                        Woods has a Similar system
    who was up at the time of the Ugbtn .... strike. said. "I thought an eartb-                                      prOVIded by Ita engmeenng
    quake had struck." The eo.grove'.              back fence and anotber tree were clam-                            consultants
    aged by the fallen tree.                                                                                             An annual maintenance
                                                                                                                     fee IS expected to cost
                                                                                                                     between $400 and $500
 Woods library construction begins                                                                                   The fee mcludes 8(Jftware
                                                                                                                     upgrades, ISSUed currently
    After monthq of antIC'lpa attend                                       pm          Monday          through every nme months
 tlOn, the conqtrucllon of the         The lIhrarv hoard of Fnday                                                        Vlck s8ld the pubhc wJlI
 new Groq.e Pomt!' Woodq tmqtReq mlldl' thl' decI.lOn                                                                be allowed access to moqt of
 hhrary heg-An on Monday to kc"p thl' Woodfl branch                          There WIll not be a drop the mformatlon, but not all
 l1une 14 Th!' Imtlal project oPf>ndunn/( conqtructlOn for box avaIlable dunng thIS For secunty reasons, the
 Iq thl' ney, MACkpark 109 lot th" ('nnH'mence of pAtrOnq time, so patronq are bemg locations of cruCIal mfra-
 whlch thl'Y hope to complete PArklOg will be 10 the hack a.ked to return ltems to the Iltructure,                                    such as key
 befon' Qcho01    reopenq           Parc"lI.     lot With entry Central or Park branches                             valves regulatmg the flow of
   The officlBl ground break        through the recelvmg room AI.o, anyone needmg handl' dnnkmg water, WIll be kept
 mg ceremonv WIll h" held on Bl'c8u_e of the qchl'dule of capped aceeRS Ilhould use under wrapll                                                                            edmund t. ANII                                  a a
 Monday. ,Jllnl' 21' Ilt 'i 10 thl' qchool Pf>rsonn('),library the Central hbrary dunng                                                                                      211 Jt WIld: ,........    6f'oMM ,....           ..
 ~ m The puo!1l " 10\1[('(1 to hoUl' Will be 9 a m to 2.10 the summer                                                   Usmg Weqtland's map-                                                        l-Mf)."Ii    "Hff
                                                                                                                    pmg system as an example,

      4A    News                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Grosse Pointe News

       Grosse Pointe women will sail in Athens
       By Chris Waldmelr                                              mailed me askmg me to Jom
       Special Wnter                                                  them m their OlympiC cam.
          In the eyes of some she                                     palgn, and the Journey had
       has falled In her campaIgn                                     begun," Howe saId
       to reach the OlympIcs For                                         Smce the gIrls were not                                        She added, "They are one                     Management      at Boston
       many others she has suc-                                       sponsored, they had to raIse                                   of the teams With the most                      College In May of 2003
      ceeded For her, the Journey                                     funds to support theIr chal-                                   sponsorship, so they are able                     While at BC, Howe was a
       has Just begun                                                 lenge So they held fund                                         to sall With the most hI-tech                  member of the varsIty sall-
          Came Howe, 22, has been                                     raISers m their home towns                                     equipment and the best of                      mg team and was named
       a part of the Grosse Pomte                                     and had managed to raIse                                       everythmg on theIr boat We                     team captaIn In her fourth
      sallmg commumty for near-                                       $150,000 That was enough                                       WIll learn a lot from them                     year
      ly 14 years and has shared                                      to send them to Europe to                                      Not only that, but also they                      WhIle on the team at Be
      the dream of many others In                                    compete for the chance to                                       'WIllbe paYIng for everythmg                   Howe achIeved the honors of
      thIS nautIcal arena - sall-                                    saIl m the OlympICS                                             whIle we are m Athens"                         all-Amencan In 2001-2002,
      mg m the OlympICs                                                 The team lost the qualItY-                                      Because of sailIng compet-                  most valuable woman smlor
         In November 2002 that                                       Ing race, shattenng      their                                  ItIvely, Howe has become a                     In 2002, and the leadership
      goal was set, and her cam-                                     dreams to go to Athens But                                      world traveler                                 award In 2001 and 2002
      paIgn to compete for the gold                                  thmgs began to look up                                             "The travelmg and the bfe                      Howe has had a lot of
      medal m Athens had begun                                       agam when the Denmark                                           lessons have been incredI-                     expenence teachIng sailIng
      She and her team of Sally                                      OlympiC team asked the                                          ble," she saId "We have to                     She was head          saIlmg
      Barkow and DebbIe CapozzI                                      gIrls to Jom them                                               make so much happen It's                       Instructor at Cre&cent SaIl
      had a long road ahead of                                          "We were asked by the                                        really dIflicul t, tra vehng                   Yacht Club and also the        e.ttie Howe. seated at the left, has been eaWng
      them                                                           DanIsh FederatIOn to saIl                                       around the world The plan-                     head coach of the 420 race
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 fOl' 14 yeats. Howe, Deborah Capozzi aDd Sa1l1
         Howe competed at the                                        Wlth their boat that IS gomg                                    nIng and the orgaDlzmg,                        team In the summers of
                                                                                                                                     worrytng about transporta-                     2000 and 2002
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Barkow Jake time to pole for a P~       w~.prac-
      natIonal level m college She                                   to the OlympICS, we are                                                                                                                     tieing.
      saIled for Boston College,                                     gomg to help them do the                                        tIOn and boat shlppmg Most                        In the summer of 2001,
      whIch IS also where she met                                    best that they can In                                           people wouldn't have a clue                    Howe was the head coach of
      Barkow and CapoZZI, who                                        return, we are gomg to                                          as to whom to call to get a                    the Bermudan        NatIOnal
      saIled for Old Dommlcan                                        become       better    SaIlors                                  boat to Europe The bUSIness                    OptImIst Team m HamIlton,
      UnIversIty, and both were                                      because of them, and we WIll                                    SIde of It, that's more me "                   Bermuda
      competItors of Howe's                                          learn a lot from them," Howe                                       Howe graduated from the                       Wlnle      coachIng      m
         "One day they Just e-                                       saId                                                            Wallace E Carroll School of                    Bermuda ,he" s, lho;,2n to

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The womea are shown testing the salls before a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                big race.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                travel Wllh SIX'students for program has really meant a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 18 days     to represent    lot to Howe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Bermuda at the OptImist         "The GPYC saIlmg pro. ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Worlds 1D MeXICO             gram shaped our summers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The ladles recently won when I was a kId," she said
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the ISAF Women's Match "It was my life In the sum-I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Race Worlds In AnnapolIS, mer - haVIng a group of pea-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Maryland, and are on their pIe everyday, all day and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                way to th~Hop                makmg the summer so
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "WInDing the match race much fun Wlth sallmg as the J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                _AU'"~~\;\t\"owfun"                                                                                                                 ;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 evei¥tbmflfrolo-.u4,-tba" .i&,                                                                               1lIllM"'~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 because ~t hat> made us level where the sailors must '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 much be~r 'SaIlors Every be smart and know how to                                                                                  I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 event that' we go to now, plan properly This IS the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 we're that                              much better real test to see how much
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 because we spent so much one actually loves saIlmg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tIme, effort, and money, and                                               "She contInues to do It
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 we really dId everythIng because she contmues to do
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 nght," Howe smd                                                         well," said Came's dad,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      At thiS' pOl1\tthe future of Mike HOwe "I thmk If she
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the young team IS undeter- weren't wInnIng so much
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 mIned WIth many doors she would be dOIng some-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                openmg lit one tIme and thmg else and wmnmg at
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                many to open m the future, that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                It IS too early to tell If they                                            "She's the kInd of person!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                WIllmake a run at the 2008 who always does very well
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                OlympICSIn Chma                                                         She's got that kInd of attI-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     "I really look forward to tude that she IS always
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the rewards that come from Interested m domg well"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                bemg so dedIcated to some-                                                 One of the only kInks left
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                thmg I'm eXCItedfor "hat's for the team to work out IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                next TIJ,l.opporturntIes after sponsorshIp
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                thIS are crazy," said Howe Howe feels that there IS ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          WIth money,                               I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "We were so close, we are nothmg that can hold her 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                confident that we are really team back                                                                  i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                good, we wor;k really well                                                 "We beat all the teams 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                together, and we have fun                                               that are fully sponsored and •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     "When you put a goal In we do It WIthout any money I
                                                                                         15 DAY NO RISK GUARANTEE!                                                                                                                              front of us and we don't They have five star accom- ,
                                                                                    Ifyou're not 100% satisfied dunng your first 15 days, SImply return your phone and pay                                                                      reach It, that Just makes US modatlOns,                                                   cooks,  and.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                want to Wln the npxt event masseuses and doctors and ,
                                                                                      on~ for the service you've used, It's just another way we never stop wondng for you.                                                                      that much more"                                                         all we have IS 1,000 granola •
             Upgrade To                                                                                                                                                                                                                              GroWlng up as a saIlor bars, and that's how we get j
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and belongmg to the Grosse by We beat those people and t
            THE NATION'S LARGEST, MOST RELIABLE WIRELESS NETWORK.                                                                                                                                                                               POInte Yacht Club saIlIng that IS the most fulfilling
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        thmg," Howe saId "The'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Umted States doesn't do a
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  Stocks range bound awaiting ~ed a~t~~~?.n~~xt
     Last week, the Dow
  meandered down, then up,              Last week's NYSE vol-                 Let's talk                                                               kmghts ofthe Roundtable
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Stock Market
  Wlthm a 75-pomt range,             ume was so slow that                                           - - •                                              and theIr picks
  closmg up only 6 pomts             Barron'!> (June 18) com.                                                                                             1) Abby Joseph Cohen
  from Its startmg gate The          men ted, "There was a heck                                                                                        Amencan InternatIonal                                                                      at a Glance
  Nasdaq also chd nothmg,            of a lot more actIOn out at               I'
                                                                                '                                                                      Group (AlG, about 72 17                                                                       Fr~             Close, 6/18/04 __
  losing 13 pomts or 6110 of 1       Shmnecock (U S Open golf                                   By Joseph Mengden                                      last Fnday),
  percent                            tournament) than on Wall                                                                                             2) Mano Gabelh Deere &                                                         D;;w Jones                   lrod             10,416
     Volume was also chsap-          Street late last weeki"                                                                                           Co (DE, about 69 17),                                                             Nasdaq                 Con1>                       1 987
  pomtmg, averagmg 1 3 bIl.          Barron's mid-year           offend mvestors                            both trade and domestic                      3) Blll Gross IShares                                                          S&P 500 Index                                    1,135
  hon shares per day In the                                         Is there enough worry to                budget - WIllcontmue to                    Lehman TIPS Bond Fund
  early 1950s, when LTS              Roundtable                  go around? Start WIth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        $lfIeuros                                      12140
                                                                                                            mcrease'                                   (TIP, about 101 30, YIeld 1 9
  started workmg at NBD,              These legendary               1) 011 pnces Will nse;                                                                                                                                              Crude 011 (Bb1 )                                 38 75
                                                                                                              So what do these Invest-                 percent plus CPIl hsted on
  rmdweek summer days               Roundtable IDvestors expect     2) Chma can't cool Its                  ment managers hke for the                  NYSE,                                                                            Gold (Oz )                                     395 10
  often failed to nng the clos.     the market to rally as sum- overheated economy,
                                                                                                            next SIXmonths? You can't                    4) ArchIe MacAllaster                                                          3-Mo. T-8l11s                                   126%
  mg bell at 1 millIon shares       mer unfolds As for the elec-    3) terronsts WIllspread                 condense eIght pages offine                FrontIer Oil (FTO, about
  per day                           bon, nelther party plallB to terror, and U S deficlts-                  pnnt mto one paragraph,                    1980), and                                                                       3(). Yr T-Bonds                               . 538%
                                                                                                                                                         5) Fehx Zulauf, the bear'                                                     column CIteSMIChael SIVY,
                                                                                                                                                       Phelps Dodge (PD, about
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       addItIonal SIVYmformatIon
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                                                                                                                                                      Barron's, June 21                                                                    Every Monday and
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       "SIVY70," hiS hst of
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Amenca's best stocks, plus
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SIvy'S"GUIde to Growth,"
  works enablmg computers            WIth an estimated total of           the Greater MIdwest RegIOn SIteS.                                            that black plume belchmg                                                        WIth tIps on stock plckmg
                                                                                                                                                       from the exhaust tal! pipe                                                      and portfolIo bUlldmg
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  transparently commurucate         users                                 Llbranes of Medlcme " (Is       For "xamp,,,, .'Y findmg                     now located on the roof of
                                                                                                                                                       the bus                                                                         month are
  and share sefVlces through-          Network growth has been there an edItor m the                      mformatIOn about a com-                                                                                                          1) Anadarko Pete (APe,
  out much of the world. <Yes,      around 10 percent per                 house?)                         mon concern hke mfluenza                        On June 11, ArvmMentor
                                                                                                                                                       (ARM, about 20 16) held a                                                       about 58 06, up 0 58 last
  I chd say a network of net-       month That's per month,                 Anderson srod doctors         on a trusted health-focused
                                                                                                                                                       two-day Clean AIr SolutIOns                                                     week, PIE 12x, and YIelds 1
  works)                            not per year.                         and patients approach           Web Slte or search engme                                                                                                     percent),
     Ihrectly and transparent-         NIlW predlctIons assert            health topICSdIfferently        Rare or teChniCal Issues                     Conference at 11;$ Troy head-
                                                                                                                                                       quarters at which It                                                               2) J P Morgan Chase
  ly means mformatIon goes          th~rnet              traffic will     Wlule the doctor might be       mIght get more results from                                                                                                  (JPM, about 37 23, off 0 57,
  chrectly to Its target com-       rncrease 93-folds between             concerned about symptoms,       a general search engine,                     announced new commerCIal
                                                                                                                                                       vehicle technolOgIes to meet                                                    PIE llX, and YIelds 3 7 per-
  puter In eIther dIrectIon         2000 and 2005, and that               chagnosls and treatment,        whlCh might eIther turn up                                                                                                   cent) Watch Bank One
  WIthout stopping If It            Internet growth WIll sur.            patients often want to know the mformatIon you're after                       or beat upcormng chesel
                                                                                                                                                       emISSions standards m                                                           change Its signs to Chase
  stopped anywhere, It could        pass vOIcetraffic m 2002,            If they have the best doctor     or locate a speclahzed
 be read by anyone WIth             mcreaslOg to more than                for their aliment and why       source.                                      2005 and through the end                                                       thIS summer, and
                                                                                                                                                       of thIS decade                                                                     (3) Umon PaCIfic, the
 computer smarts Messages           elght times that of VOICe-            they got SIck                      PatIent-dnven SItes,
                                                                                                                                                          These Buck Rogers-type                                                      largest US rrolroad (UNP,
 are also broken up into            traffic levels by 2005 VOIce            The pror studled how can- where mchVlduals post mes-                                                                                                      about 5761, ofrO.59, PIE
 packets, not sent In one           traffic refers to "talkmg on         surners look for mforma.         sages about their expen-                    technolOgIes mclude a
                                                                                                                                                      dIesel OXIdationcatalyst,                                                        11, and YIelds 2 1 percen~).
 stream, another pnvacy             the phone" By the way,               tlon, as well as best strate-    ences WIth a health Issue,                                                                                                      Another Money magazme
 safeguard                          that "93 folds" WIth an Us"18 gIes to get what they want-            can offer suggestIons and                    selectIve catalytic reduc-
                                                                                                                                                      tIon, thermal regeneratIon                                                      feature IS "Stockwatch~ by
     That IS the short versIOn      not a typo Each one IS a             ed They exammed ques-           moral support, as well
                                                                                                                                                       and a plasma fuel reformer                                                     Stephen Gandel Have you
 The long verslon reqUIreS a        doublmg of preVIous dou-             tlOns posed on the Google           As usual, at thiS pomt, I                                                                                                ever heard of EOG
 lunch on your chme                 bhng The result                      Answers Web SIte, talked to say there's more mforma.                            ARM has exclUSIvenghts
                                                                                                                                                      to an mnovatIon pIOneered                                                       Resources?
     How does the Internet         IS umm a bIg number                   mchVlduals and drew on          tlon on the topICat
                                                                                                                                                      by the Plasma SCience and                                                           (EOG, about 58.16, +3.49, ,
 work?                                                    •              their extensIVe mformatlon- wwwurmch edu, but It                                                                                                             PIE 17x, and YIelds 0 7 per-
     Startmg at the top, each          How many times have I             search-and-retrIeval expen- takes a httle searchmg. The                       FUSIon Center at the
                                                                                                                                                       Massachusetts InstItute of                                                     cent) The price Up tIck was I
 country typIcally has one or      been asked about legItImate ence                                       WholeWeb SIte address IS                                                                                                     probably thanks to thIS
 more backbone publlc              health and medical mfor-                 Here are some of theIr       too long and complex to                       Technology and currently
 Internets that are connect-       matlon? Neverl But that               tIps                             msert here                                   holds 15 patents for the                                                        article
                                                                                                                                                       Plasma Fue, Reformer,                                                              EOG was once a sub-
 ed to each other through a        hasn't stopped me before, or             Use quotatIOn marks to           Now here IS a medical
                                                                                                                                                       either patented by ARM or                                                       slchary of bad boy Enron, '
vanety of global arrang~           now                                                                                a
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 m~t$ At the reg1Q.w(l)n~              The li~ad tlb'rkia1t' at°th~ln search,l trVdlfferent'wordE!        She told me about the man                    hcensed'fiiom' t.fl T" q n n )1                                                 st~~m~l).wp~~hbJU.         .m>~'H'"
                                                                                                                                                          Can you see me now? Not                                                      It'S an maependent 'Slg           I
 local levels, there are tens      Umverslty of Mlcrugan's               to descnbe the same Idea         who went to the doctor WIth
                                                                                                                                                       now, but maybe by 2005 or                                                       Board company, sportmg a          I
of thousands of orgamzs.           Dentistry Library has co-             and use an advanced search a banana stuck up hIS nose                                                                                                         country club price!              [
tlOIUlof every conceIvable         wntten a three-volume book optIOn hke the one on                       (The patient, not the doc.                   2007, hopefully by 2010
                                                                                                                                                      Never heard of                                                                      As an 011 and gas dnller
lund that have bwlt thelJ'         called "The MedIcal LIbrary Google, to more carefully                 tor ) When he asked the
                                                                                                                                                      ArvmMentor? Look under-                                                         m the southwest, EOG
 own enterpnse Internets           AsSOCIatIOn         Encyclopechc      define what you want            doctor what the problem                                                                                                      doesn't have an energy
and connected them to              GUIde to Searchmg and                    They say try dIfferent       was, the doctor saId, "It's                  neath your car Maybe some
                                                                                                                                                      of those parts under there                                                      options desk, but analyst,
nabonal backbones. ThInk           FmdIng Health Infonnatlon             strategIes                      SImple You're not eatmg                                                                                                      Jeff Mobley of Raymond
of the whOle trung ail rml-        on the Web~ (And you                       A patIent who wants        properly~ RIm shot, please I                 were made by ARM m one
hons of gIant, bllhon-strand       thought I was verbosel)              mformatlon about cancer                                                       ofthelr 150+ plants m 27                                                        James, sllld It trades at a
spider webs Now you also               PatnCla Anderson teaches could be overwhelmed WIth                                                             worldWIde countnes                                                              dIscount from Its nvals,
know why It's called the           courses on USIngthe                  mlllIons of resul ts Instead,        Have a tech questzon or                     Thanks to Vince Kruse,                                                       based on Its natural gas
World Wide Web'                    Internet to find health-             they say, search f2r "breast     subject you would lIke                       VIcepreSident of                                                                reserves
     How bIg IS the Internet?      related mfonnatlon, and              cancer treatment or any          addressed In thzs column?                    Oppenheimer on the Hl!I,
    As of Feb I, 1995, the         collaborated on the book             other speCIfictype A             Want to comment or add                       for passmg along to LTS                                                         Joseph Mengden 18 a resI-
Internet conSlsted of more         WIth Nancy Allee, dIrector           patIent WIth a rare condl'       Your two cents worth2 Mye-                   RIchard Htlgert's "Company                                                   dent of the Czty of Grosse
than 50,000 networks In 90         of the umverslty's Pubhc             bon might need to search         mall addre" " mtmaur                         Update~ report on ARM                                                        Pomte and former chaIrman
countnes Gateways that             Health LIbrary and                                                    er@comca,t /lei                              HIlgert IS OP's auto analyst                                                 of FIrst of Mlchrgan "Let's
allow at least e-mBlI con-         Informatics The two met as                                                                                         who covers thiS stock                                                        Talk Stocks' IS sponsored by _
necbVlty extend tt.1Sreach         part of theIr work on                                                                                                                                                                           the followzng Grosse Pomte
to 160 countnes FlVe mil.          "HealthWeb, a project of the                                                                                                                                                                    mvestment-reUJted firms'
                                                                                                                                                      More best buys                                                               John M Rzckel CPA, PC.       1
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cated as actually reachable,                                                                                                                            ThIS week's Best Buys                                                      and RICkel & Baun P.C.

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    Cafe DaEdoardo, the lat-
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 have an expanded menu
offenng sandWIches, soups
and salads
                                                                                                                                                                        You                           CAN EARN
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                                                                                                                                                          7.00%                 Include,                   a fiN )e,r bonu'                          on initIal premIUm
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Grosse POInte News on                                                         Vovak, who opened the gallery In May, special.
Kercheval In Grosse Pomte                                                     izes in popular American artists and custom
                                                                                                                                                                                $';0      oon               $499 99<) [hat < I\uar,nreed                                  for [he "!'it

Farms                                          Ph()t..o ~\ RrRd I, ndbel'R'                                                                                                     12 contner mOnlh,
                                     Cafe DaEdoardo,             • cof-
                                                                              framing. The gallery is located at 21211 Mack.
   "It'q gomg to be a cool
bUlldmg," qald Chnq Blake,         fee Ihop offering NDd-                                                                                                 6.50%                 Include,                  a 11m year honm                            on 'nltIal premltl~

of Blake Company buIlders          wlchetl and similar food,                                                                                                                    $2'; 000                    $49999              rhat , guaranTeed                        for rhe torst
   "They're domg a fine Job of     will occupy the fint Ooor                                                                                                                    12 contraer                   month,
renovatmg,       With French       of a bul1cUD& beiDJ reDO-
wmdows m front, sconces            v.ted on the Hili In                                                                                                             EARNINGS ARE TAX-DEFERRED!*
and coach lamps," Barblen          Grope Pointe Farms.                                                                                                           ~or deta,l,         on fhe A A,A PlatInum                                      Rom"            "10- AnnUIty

,aId                                                                                                                                                                         av.,l.hlc through                             yOllf   I\AA C1uh conraet
                                   tradItIOnal      paneq    and
   Barblen owns DaEdoardo          doors," he saId                             Servinq the community for over 25 years                                           Jim         Shipp,                       lUre F,MORT •                              313-343-5225
restaurant      on Mack 10            On the second qtory,
GroqSp Pomte Woods, the            Frf'nch doorq will open to a                         • Auto • Home • Life                                                                 All Pointes General Agency
Foxtown Gn II downtown             tradItIonal    balcony WIth                       • Commercial • Residential
near thp Fox Theatre and a         railing                                                                                                                                   17640 Mack, Grosse Pointe
reqUlUrant 10 Grand Blanc             Blake !laId the facade WIll             • General Liability • Renter's Insurance                                                                                    313-881-8900
   Blake q81dthe facade has        resemble an "EnghHh con.
been deSIgned m a traditIOn-       servatory ~                                            15206Mack A.e                                                 l rukr
                                                                                                                                                       Ann JI
                                                                                                                                                                      urrc/'ll r.,IXIloA RH(
                                                                                                                                                                  ('t)"m('     v<'ith
                                                                                                                                                                                                             .H        i   n~114104          ~llhl('l'    10    dunp:r     R;:llM   '"own    ~,e
al Georgian style Wlth a lot          A pnvate mvestor owns                          Grosse Pointe Park. MI
of glass                           the bul!dmg and W\lI havp                                                                                                             t   cod h     \,,~           I~fr In~1I III (' ( ~ mr':ln~ 1 'oC,O "J~,", Iff.:'" R i                  [~Hllll" \11
                                                                                       Located In the Lallepomte Bulldmll                              :;~~I~' ~f1I~"r~          •\1In            !   h n I \('r (' "I \20\ Nr" ('r """       1 fr rn\IIUn,('                    ( I nor In
   "The facade IS glass Wlth       officeqon the second floor
                                                                                      (2 bloclls South of Tom's Oyster Bar)
                                                                                                                                                                  fHI   v i(' I(,~ll          I   t.n hh          t'   Y 1\   Hr   hhl'l("       I   CI   \uk   lC   mp<"tC"~'~~~/I~dsl~1

          Farms cedes                                                                                                                                                                                                                  promIses
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         We have and stIll do oppose any
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       mght event>. at South We mamtam
          to South                                                                                                                                                                                                                     that glVen proper schedulIng, sport-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ing events could be held dunng the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       day But If not, then we thInk some
          boosters                                                                                                                                                                                                                     sports    need   to be ehmmated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       EducatIOn remams the No 1 role of

                  lvmg m to sports boosters'                                                                                                                                                                                          the schools, not sports
                   pressure,  the Grosse Pomte                                                                                                                                                                                           We     commend       Mayor    James
                   Farms CIty CouncIl granted                South      The councIi requested    that                                           whom too few were properly mformed                                                    Farquhar      and CouncIiman      Doug
          Grosse Pomte South HIgh School the                 South come up WIth speCIfic dates and                                              of the proposed JIlcrease III mght                                                    Roby for votmg agaInst the nearly
          pnVllege of haVIng seven times as                  times of proposed lIghts usage.                                                    games, were most concerned about                                                      eIght-fold mcrease m mght games.
          many mghttlme         sportmg    events              At Monday mght's standmg-room-                                                   traffic. Farms reSIdents who spoke in                                                 Too bad the other councIi members
          "under the hghts "                                 only cIty counCIl meetmg,        Impas-                                            oPPosItIon were largely en tIcal of the                                               dId not share theIr courage
            Ten years ago, South sports boost-               SIOned pleas were presented from res-                                              nOIse pollutIOn presented by the PA                                                      Mayor Farquhar     told the Grosse
          ers approached the Farms for permIs-               Idents on both SIdes of the Issue                                                  system at games                                                                       Pomte News that he dId agree that
          sIon to have a few tnal games under                Parents argued that If the COunClldid                                                 In approvmg    a motIon to allow                                                   more mght games should be allowed
          temporary    lIghts Later, the school              not approve more mght games, theIr                                                 South to have 45 events dunng the                                                     so more parents could attend games
          was granted permiSSIOn to have six                 son or daughter would never get a                                                  school year under the hghts, the                                                      after work, but he thought 45 was
          mght games WIth hghts                              chance to play under the hghts.                                                    Farms councll also added proVISIons                                                   excessIVe. He also wanted the new
                                                               We fml to see why it IS a good thmg                                             where the cIty could shut down nOIse                                                  agreement to be for two years mstead
            At the tIme, there was strong oppo-
                                                            to play under hghts, but the parents                                               Iflt IS found to be a nUIsance                                                        of three.
         SItIOn by neIghbors of South, who
                                                            apparently thInk It is important      We                                              That IS a plus. The school dlstnct                                                     He said one posItive thmg to come
         objected to the hght and nOIse pollu-              were also shocked to hear one booster
         tIOn                                                                                                                                  has promised to work WIth the neigh-                                                  out of the hghts debate IS the fact that
                                                            callmg the cIty COunCIl'Sdeliberation                                              bors on the nOIse problem In atten-                                                   the cIty has more control over the
            A decade later, South athletic boost-           of the lIghts Issue "an outrage." We
         ers now want carte blanche to use                                                                                                     dance at the meetmg were new school                                                   nOIse Issue
                                                            think anythmg that affects other peo-                                              board members Ahmed Ismall and                                                           Let's hope South boosters heard the
         theIr hghts The Farms City CounCil,                ple and theIr property values IS a
         however, WIsely held reservations                                                                                                     Angela Kennedy, along WIth current                                                    cIty councIi's warmngs over the dm
                                                            legJtlffiate pubhc concern                                                         board member LIsa Vreede. We hope                                                        The school board has yet to agree to
         about unhmlted use of the hghts at                    CIty of Grosse Pomte reSIdents, of                                              they WIll see that South keeps ItS                                                    the councd's proVIsIOns

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        Reunions, remembrances,
        renewal - and eating crow
           Th tell the truth, I wasn't lookmg for-            Dunng the course of the weekend, I
        ward to the tnp The occasIon was my                was aware of the VltalJty and energy of
        husband's 50th college reumon, and we              these men, now 10 theIr 70s Most had
        had attended the 35th At that tIme, the            vet to retire, and those who had had
       weather had not cooperated, and we swel-            remained active m all llBpects of thelT
       tered m the heat I knew very few people             hves. Many were consultants; some
       and had taken all the wrong clothes for             teachers, several held board posItIons on
       the ~slon        There were good moments,           Fortune 500 compames, and all excelled
       but for the most part, I felt very much an          10 communlcatJon skIlls
       outsider, observmg the classiC fnvobty of              The WIveswere equally mterestJng
       such gathenngs from the fnnge                       One woman told me about her five bIOlog-
           As IS so often the case before reun1ons,        Ical cluldren and sliwenfoster chIldren
       we tend to concern oU"!leI~e8~~ ~ the               and~l-lill;ne                      job a~ a secre~                to a
        surl'ace nOllllense of,1¥w               .~g            government offiCIalm her
        many more wnnkles am I ShOWIngsmce                  natIve stale When she asked me what I
        lllBt time? Have I lost enough weIght? Are          chd, I was rendered speechless
        my clothes appropnate, hair attractive,                Our chOIcesof actIVIties were vaned,
        ete? What a colossal waste oftlDlel Our             and an ongomg hunger for knowledge
       tnp was smooth saIlmg from begmnmg to                was eVIdent by the stan<img-room-only
       end                                                  attendance Among those WIth whom I
           We flew to WhIte Plains, NY, where               spent a conSIderable amount of time were
       the arrport IS small and easy WIth no long          a renowned surgeon. a long-time employ-
       hnes for luggage or car rentals WithIn an           ee of a national magazme who had the
      hour, we were on campus and setthng                  cover story tins spnng, an architect
      mto our hotel rooms, where we were                                                                                                     Address commenu to cartoonist                                                    PhJ1 Ilancla at phanda@possepolDtenews
                                                           whose echfices are recognIzed around the                                        .com or go to
      greeted WIth a tote bag of gIfts filled WIth         world and a former cabInet member of
      hats, T-Shirts, suk scarves and many fun             the Reagan and Bush admInIstratIons
      Items all impnnted WIth the weekend
                                                              Countless toPICSwere addressed as                                            Condos                         the two homes, may have
                                                                                                                                                                          paId too much
                                                           well as conversations concermng the van-                                       Th the Editor:
          The men donned theIr tIes and name               ous classes and lectures we had attended                                                                          The next step after break-
                                                                                                                                             Condommlums are cer- mg the deed restncnons was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Library contract
      tags and cruIsed the hotel lobby m search            Our personal chOIces ran the gamut from
      of famihar faces There were shouts of JOY            a talk on Jlhadlsm to the hIstory of                                           taInly needed m the Grosse for the War Memonal to try To the Editor:
      when recogmtlOn dawned Old Dlcknames                                                                                                Pomtes WIth many "empty to get ItS money back                      1 read WIth astonIshment
                                                          swmg, both fascmatJng We were treated
      surfaced, tales were told, and there were           to concerts scannmg the spectrum from                                           nesters" Wlshmg to down- However, Instead of puttmg the comment made by the
      fnendly exchanges about recedmg halr-               Mozart to Glee Club offenngs The
                                                                                                                                          size                            the homes on the market at hbrary board preSIdent John
      Imes, heanng mdes and expanded Walst-               sounds ofmen's VOIces    always touch a                                            ThIs IS a commumty plan- the pnce paid, they appar- Broce concernIng the hbrary
      hnes Men became boys m an lOstant,                  deep chord Wlthm me, and I notIced goose                                        nmg Issue One would hope ently asked $4 9 mllhon and UnIon contract negotiations
      and the years slIpped away m seconds It             bumps surfacmg on many of us                                                    that good condommlUm loca- $5 2 mllhon for the homes III the May 27 Grosse Pomte
      was wonderful to WItness, and a relaxed                 One of the most poIgnant moments of                                         tIons would be deterrmned Of course the homes dIdn't News artIcle, "G P hbrary
      WIfewas ImmedIately caught up m the                 the weekend was a memonal semce m a                                            by careful study resultmg m sell How could thej '1ell at UnIons accept fact-finder's
      SPlnt of the reumon                                                                                                                a master plan, rather than those pnces?                          conclusIOns" HIS remark,
                                                          beautIful church on campus A Grosse
          The first mght, we renewed old fnend-           POInte natIVe, Sandy MUIr,dehvered a                                            as a response to developer        Now the community IS "we have been disapPOInted
      shIps and expanded relatIOnshIps WIth               magnIficent eulogy hononng hiS fellow
                                                                                                                                         opportunitIes                   told that no buyers are WIth the unwllhngness of
      acquaIntances The second mght, we were              classmates and laced WIth msplratIonal                                             The proposal for condo- mterested In the two houses the umon to SIt down and
     aSSigned tables. where we met several                messages for us all We were truly a                                            mInIUms at 50 and 60 We don't pretend to know bargam                         a contract~     IS
     fascmatmg people leadIng Interestmg                  bonded fanllly Unit for that hour In that                                      Lakeshore comes from a what the appropnate askIng IncredIbly mlsleadmg
     hves                                                                                                                                developer       WIth Grosse pnce would be for the hous-            I am sure he 15 dIsappoint-
                                                          sacred venue, each one of us deeply
         On the thIrd and last mght, four for-            affected.                                                                      Pomte War Memonal back- eq, but we are certam It's not ed that the hbranans and
     mer roommates gathered WIth their                       So thIS reluctant partICipant has                                           mg As presented, the mdl- $49 mllhon and $52 mll- support                   staff refuse to
     WlVesto share a dehghtful and memo-                  devoured her dmner of crow and hved to                                         VIdual condomInIUms seem hon. and It'S probably less accept the ndlCulously mea-
     rable evenmg The \\'1ves had met many                urge anyone WIth the opportunity to GO                                         large for people wh:>WIsh to than the roughlv $4 mllhon ger wagelbenefit package
     bmes at preVIous functIOns, and the con-                                                                                           downSIze                         each the War Memonal IS offered puttmg them at the
                                                         to hiS or her reumon Don't waste tIme                                                                                                           bottom of the scale of
     versatIOn was easy as well as stmlUlat-             thmkmg about the negatIves We are all                                              In addItIOn, the three con- reported to have paId
     mg It was a JOYOUS With promIses
                             time                        Just humans, WIth fascmatmg stones to                                          dommlUm bUlldmgs them-              The next step to get a salane'l and benefits offered
     made to travel to see each other m more             share, ears to hsten, eyes to observe and                                      selves seem large m propor. return          on      the    War by comparable hbranes In
     mtlmate ~ettmgs and hold tight to these             so very much to offer each other                                               tlOn to the avallahle space Memonal'q Investment was the metropohtan area
     pTeC10US    fnendshlpq                                                                                                             and of a higher denSity than to propose the three condo-            In any semce organiza-
                                                                              - Offe7'lng from the loft
                                                                                                                                        IS deSirable for such a pnme mmJUm bUIldIngs The fact tion or busmess, the human
                                                                                                                                                                        that the proposed developer resourceq are the most
                                                                                                                                        commumty locatIOn
                                                                                                                                            In our opInIOn t",o or pos- '1lts on t!,e War Memonal Important aqsets WIthout
                                                                                                                                        Sibly three condominIUms board "'ould seem to repre- employees and their com-
                                                                                                                                        per bUlldmg, and qmaller qent a conn,ct of mterest               mItment to provldmg' the
                                                                                                                                        one~ than propo'led might          T'lw War Memonal cer          beqt "en Ice pos'llble In a
     Sporting events                    devalues our property
                                           We should at least stick to
                                                                                    thoqe who deSIre to have the
                                                                                    neighborhood deluged Wlth
                                                                                                                                        be acceptable                   tamly had the nght to enter poqltlve enVIronment there
                                                                                                                                            However, qenous thought the real eqtate market               would he no qervlCf>. and
     are too loud                       the onglOal agreement, re                   all the mInutia on a qportmg                        needs w be gIVen to the However               thlq finanCIal consequently no lIhrarv
                                        number of games

x    To the Edlto,"                                                                 event that the fans are Slt-                       planmng 1'l'lUea'l that area wheehng' and dealing '1eemq            The turno\er In our '1YS-
         We are all for qportq and         We complamed about the                   tmg nght there and watch-                          has alwayq been a neighbor. mappropnate for a nonprof- tern of proff'q"onal hbran-
      klds hut not loudspeakers        nOl,*, to the fonner athletIC                109 Can't the fan'l tell what                      hood of qmgle family re'l'- It community orgam7atIOn             anq I",ho have ma'lter's
      They are not necessary at        dlrecwr He saId they could                  IS gomgon?                                          denceq on both 'Ideq of             We hope the Groqqp degreeq) haq heen 11 of 11 5
     high '1choolgames We need         dIrect the nOIse bett~r (No                    We have a fnend who hveq                         Lake'lhore       If an undN      Pomte Fannq CIty CounCIl poqltlOnq 10 the laql nme
     an ordInance about nOise          Improvement        If done)                 at the end of HIllcrest She                         '1tandmg cannot be reached WIll not feel It necp,-ary to years How can we poq'llhly
     and ILqm\ilSIOn of our nght       IndIVidually,     we      have              can hear the nm"e when the                          WIth tht' neighbor,. the pro crpaf{, a hallout for thl' War attract          hIghly qua hfied
     to have peace and qUIet m         traIpsed     over    to    the                                                                 Ject, even In 1 '1mall, r Mrm, nal Thev got them- ('mploypeq If our "'agelhene-
                                                                                   wmd 18 blowmg nght What
     our home We can hear ",ho         announcer      and    pohtely                                                                   a Itered qtHte ,hould not be ,elvp'l mt{]thl" qltuatlon          fit package" thf> loweqt m
                                      asked hIm If the volume he                   about the folks m the CIty
    JUqt ran three yardq With
                                                                                   who      live on      Lmcoln,
                                                                                                                                      forced on th., neighborhood          Perhap'l It will eventually the metropohtan area?
     our doorq and WIndowqshut        was USIng was really neces-                                                                          The preml'e on whIch tht' hf' npce'lqary for thf>m to 'leI!     Smce Mr Bruce lq '10 con-
     Slttmg outdoors 18 not an        ~ary                                         Waqhmgton, ete ?                                   War MenlOnal ba'le, thl' the properties at a loqq That cerned                ahout proter flOg
    optIOn                                In the latter case, he                      OutsIders should not be                         proposal ql'emq flawed They qhouldn't he the Gro""e what WlII!Jeqt represent the
       When we moved here,            turned the volume up and m                   allowed to rent the flf'ld                         qay that they have tned t{] POinte l"arms CIty Councll'q mlpreqt'l of the Groqse
    there WE'reno hgnL" and no        the pnor case, he rudely told                Only GrosRe Pomters should                         '!ell the two homeq for two prohlem                               POInte       Iaxpayerq      It
    hmt that there would be We        her "tough"                                  have access to It                                  year'l Without qucces'l The                Anne and Gilbert aswunds me that the hbrary
    would not have bought here            There IS defimtely a very                       Connie and BiII Tily                        War Memonal, In pay,ng                                  Hudson
    had we known It certamlv          had attItude on the part of                        GI'08IIe Pointe Farms                        roughly $4 mllhon each for             City of Groll8e Pointe        See LETTERS, page SA
   June 24, 2004
   Grosse Pointe News
                                                                                                                                                 News                                                     11A

   Woods makes 0.4 mill                                                                                                                      Park seeks to limit
   school tax correction
   By BonnIe Caprara                   vice CitieS asking to levy
                                                                                                                                             liquor licenses
   Staff Wnler                          1 34 mJlls The ml~take was                                                                                  By Bonnie Caprara                saId the Park oversees 14
      Taxpayers      In    Grosse      noted III late August and                                                                                    Staff Wnter                      Class C hcenses He also
  POinte Woods Wlll be seemg           corrected shortly thereafter                                                                                   The Grosse Pomte Park saId If hcenses were to be
   somethmg they're not accus-            Malson, however, said the                                                                                 City Council wants to ISSUedby the state by cur-
  tomed to seemg on their              Woods had already pnnted                                                                                    explore a possible opportum- rent gUIdelines set by popu-
  summer tax bill a school             ltb tax bills, which were sent                                                                              ty to decrease the number of latlOn, the Park would only
  tax                                 out on December 1, 2003                                                                                      Class C hquor hcenses m Its be ehglble for seven or eight
     Comptroller,      Treasurer          In correcting the over-                                                                                  city                              hcenses
  and         Actmg          City     Sight, Malson said, "We told                                                                                      The counCil voted unani-         Members of the councd
  Administrator          Chfford      the school dlstnct we'd get It                                                                               mously to table a request to and adIwmstratlOn did not
  Malson told the city council        to them thIS summer"                                                                                         transfer a Class C hcense know how or when the state
  at Its Monday, June 7, meet-            The 0 4 mill Will be leVIed                                                                              from Nolan's Pub to Thomas awarded the hcense to
  mg that the city would be           at the 2003-04 taxable value                                                                                 Van Lokeren         of      San VanLokeren         Typically,
  blllmg Its reSidents for a 0 4      rate The correctlon Will                                                                                     Francisco at Its Monday, those seelung an available
  mIll oversight from this            amount to $40 for a property                                                      Photo by Joan Bartl. tl    June 14, meetmg                  Class C hcense Wlll ask a
 year's wmter tax bill                With a taxable value of                                                                                           The hcense has been CIty counCIlor Similar gov.
     Chns Fenton, assistant
 supenntendent          of    the
                                      $100,000                            Art Festival                                                             held In escrow smce 2001 ermng body "to be COIlBld-
                                                                                                                                                  when Nolan's closed, and Its ered above all others" befOi"e
 Grosse Pornte Pubhc School               Harper Woods fatled to               Buyers and seUers who attended The Grosse                          owner declared bankruptcy         the     Michigan     LIquor
 System, said the school               make the correctIOn on the           Pointe Artists AAociation's annual Festival of                              VanLokeren owns the CommiSSion               ultimately
 board had approved a tax              school tax levy on last Win-          the Arts last weekend basted in warm sUIl8hJne                       building and IS renovatrng It grants such a hceIlBe
 rate of 1 74 mills to cover           ter's tax bills It Wlll bill the     and mild, breezy weather, The HW AllIOClatiOD'S In hopes of attractmg anoth-                                In admtlon to chargmg
 the      district's      capi tal     correctIOn to Its reSidents III      annual Sidewalk Sale aDd the art festival took                        er bar/restaurant owner. He City attorney Herold Deason
 Improvement debt bond m               January,     when reSidents          place on the WO, located on Kercheval between                         purchased the nghts to the mto           fmdmg     out    how
 June 2003 The dlstnct ml-             normally pay theIr school            Fisher and Muir m Grosse Pointe Farms.                               license at a pubhc auction VanLokeren obtained the
 tlally sent notices to Its ser-       taxes                                                                                                      for $40,050 With the hopes of hcense, the councll asked
                                                                                                                                                 selhng It to a new bus mess hJm to check on the status of
                                                                                                                                                 owner He does not plan to the bcense, whether or not
 Block grants could help study Village                                                                                                           run or own such a busmess. the council can ultJ.mately
                                                                                                                                                      Leadmg opposItion on deny approve.! ofthe hceI1l!e,
   A $58,400 federal block            than one-third of commer- bankruptcy                                 retamed a natIOnal retad the counCIl was CounCIlman and If It demes approval, to
grant might be used to                Clal space In the CIty'S cen-         Bnan Vick, assistant CIty consultant to:                             Darnel Clark, who said, "It find out what VanLokeren's
strenghten the Village shop-          tral bus mess dlstnct              adnuDlstrator, recommend-             • Prepare and lffiplement seems we have a surplus of opportunities are.
pmg mstnct                               The plan IS contmgent           ed the money be repro- an economic development                          these faCIlities      It Isn't m     VanLokeren was not at
   City of Grosse Pomte offi-         upon approval by Wayne grammed                                       strategy,                             our best Interest"                the meetmg and could not be
ClalS want to use the funds           County admmistrators who              "The Village has suffered                                                Mayor Palmer Heenan reached for comment
to develop an economic                allocate block grants              from the vacancy of over             • Conduct a market study
development strategy, mar.
ket study and strategy to
                                         City offiCials had planned 120,000 square feet of retail and VOId analySIS for the
                                      last year to use the grant to space," Vick said                     Village, and
                                                                                                                                           Revenues from the
attract mvestment m the               help       demohsh           the     To address the SituatIOn,
vacant Jacobson's bUlldmg
   The two-story, block.long
                                      Jacobson's bUlldmg, vacant promote mvestment and Job                    • Develop a strategy to
                                      smce the department store creatIOn wlthm the Village, attract a VIable use for the
                                                                                                                                           state down in the Park
bulldmg accounts for more             closed two years ago due to City            offiCials     recently Jacobson's bUIldIng                    By BonnIe C8prara                     Unfortunately, an 8 per.
                                                                                                                                                Staff Wnter                        cent mcrease In taxable
                                                                                                                                                    Cuts m state revenue value on the Park's houswg
Library construction forces precinct move                                                                                                       shanng have hit yet another stock could not restore the
                                                                                                                                                one of the Grosse Pomles' next fiscal year's budget
                                                                                                                                                budgets for the 2004-05 fis. The Park's tax rate was cut
By   Bonnie C8prara                  Precmct 3 be moved from
Staff Wnter
                                                                           A contract WIth the church north,         along       parts      of cal year                           from 13.43 mrlls to 13.41
                                     Parcells to First Enghsh may be extended through Wedge wood and Fairway                                        Expected     revenues      In mills m accordance to the
  Grosse Pornte Woods resI-          Evangehcal           Lutheran      2005 after an evaluatIOn of Lane to the east, along parts Grosse Pomte Park's gener- Headlee Amendment, wluch
dents   hVlng III votIng             Church for the pnmary, gen- thls year's electtons
Precmct 3 may nuss on the
                                                                                                          of South         Oxford       and al fund budget IS expected to restncts            the mcrease In
                                     eral and any pOSSiblespeCIal          Registered       voters    III Country Club to the South,            be down from $9,303,000 property tax revenue to the
chance to vote m the upcom-          electIOns to be held III 2004      Precmct 3 Wlll be m8lled and along parts of Mack and last year to $9,175,787 for adjustment m the cost ofl\v-
mg pnmary election If they              The temporary move was new voter reglstratlOn cards the west CIty hmlts to the the fiscal year beglnnIng mg or the rate of mflatJon,
show up at Parcells MIddle           approved to accommodate Wlthm 30 days of the pnma- west                                                    July 1 much In part because whichever IS less
School on Aug 3                      constructIOn of the new ry electton                                     FIrst Enghsh Evangehcal of a $91,361 cut III state BId                   The 2004-05 fiscal year
  At Its Monday, June 21,            Woods branch of the Grosse            The borders of Precmct 3 Church IS located at 800                        "It    does    affect    us," budget and tax rate were
meetmg, the City counCil             Pomte Pubhc LIbrary on the run              along       parts     of Vermer, one mile east of              Treasurer and City Clerk approved by the city coun,s:~l
approved the poItffili' S1~ 'for     Pareells property     ,     ...
                                                                        Ridgemont and Amta to the Parcells.                                     Jane Blahut said "We cut at \tll Monday,_ ~\lP-e ~,
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                    12A                        Obituaries                                                                                                                                                        June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Grosse Pointe News
                            Howard                                                                                            Thompson
                          Bonbright II                                                                                                                             mg to ChrIstIan musIc and lege, Mr Owens met the
                                                                                                                                 A funeral Mass was cele-          vacatIOn109 m Flonda Most woman who was to become
                        Howard Bonbnght II, 6f,                                                                               brated Fnday, June 18, at            of all she ellJoyed ChnstIan hIS WIfe, Mary                   Treat
                     of Locust Valley, N Y dIed                                                                               St Clare of Montefalco               fellowship                         Beresford
                     Tuesday, June 15,2004                                                                                    Cathohc Church m Grosse
                                                                                                                                                                     Mrs Lorenger 16 sUI'Vlved Mr Owens began hIS eom-
                        Mr Bonbnght was born                                                                                 Pomte Park A pnvate mter-
                                                                                                                                                                   by her husband,         Mark mumcatlOns career WIth the
                     Oct 3, 1939, m Grosse                                                                                   ment took place at Grand
                                                                                                                             Lawn Cemetery                         Lorenger,          daughters,      now-defunct DetrOit Times
                     Pomte Farms to Wilham                                                                                                                        Jocelyn (Cohn) PllIi",," Mt.,r", oh8:-t ~:_-::: .~ uc           "0'
                     Prescott      BV41bu61u..      lJ.lui                                                                                ug~U.l~uws. were pro ..
                                                                                                                                .\"" .." ...
                                                                                                                                                                  Knstm Lorenger, son, Todd papenng, he went mto pub-
                     Margaret        Manson        Weir                                                                      Vlded by Chas Verheyden              Lorenger, parents, Joseph he relatIOns With McManus
                    Bonbnght          He was the                                                                             Inc m Grosse Pomte Park
                                                                                                                                                                  Trentacosta      and Luella John and Adams He then
                    grandson of DaVId M WelT,                                                                                  Memonal            contributions   Trentacosta, Sister, Chns Jomed Ross Roy Inc
                    founder of the Weirton Steel                                                                             may be made to the                   (John)      MIller,      mece,        He enjoyed tenms, show
                    Co of Weirton, WVa and                                                                                   Capuchm Monastenes
                                                                                                                                                                 Kathryn MIller, nephews, tunes and musicals, was an
                    the       great-grandson           of                                                                                                        Jonathan       MIller,    Ryan old-mOVIe         buff and hked fast
                   Wl1ham          P      Bonbnght,                                                                                                              Lorenger, Grant Mayes and cars, food and wme and
                   founder of the brokerage                                                                                                                      Adam Mayes, mother-m. books Domg what he loved,
                   house, Bonbnght and Co of                                                                                                                     law,     Momca       Lorenger, he wrote a book, "Dmmg
                   Philadelphia Mr Bonbnght                                                                                                                     brothers-m-Iaw, Scott (Gma) Out m Detroit" He rehshed
                   attended St. Paul School in                                                                                                                  Lorenger and Ross (Dawn) naughty (not mahClous) gos-
                   Concord, N H., where he                                                                                                                      Lorenger, and slster-m-law, Sip and gamed some noton-
                   was reeogmZed as an out- "SkiPPY" 10 her youth, Ford Motor Co m their
                         .J._      hI                        appeared     In     numerous                                                                       Mehssa Mayes                         ety With hiS book, "Fancy
                   stanuwg at ete and later vaudeVIlle acts With famous Allen Park test labs.                                                                       A memonal serVIce wlll be Grosse Pomte People"
                                                                                                 Mr. Dufoor was preSIdent                                       held on Fnday, June 25, at             Many        remember       Mr
                   went on 'fnruty College In ma"'Clans In 1943 she grad-
                   Hartford, toConn                             C'
                                                                                               of the      Chandler     Park
                      Mr         b h                ~       uated from Harper Hospital Wednesday Golf League and                                                11 a m at St             John's Owens dnVlng hIS chenshed
                            Bon ng t worked ,or School of Nursmg                        and                                                                     Episcopal Church, 50 E red                   MG          automobile
                  the NatIOnal Steel Corp and bee                             te d             enjoyed golf, bowlmg, boat-                                      Fisher Freeway m DetroIt            through       the streets       of
                  th B                 "'-.         H           ame a regIS re nurse mg and helpmg others He
                      e ryn Mawr HuSt Co e She was hcensed in New                                                                                                   Memonal      contributIOns Grosse POlDte
                  lived In Radnor and Bryn                                                     was a computer WIZard and                                        may be made to Chnst                   Mr Owens' memberships
                  Mawr, Pa , for more than 25 York and Mlclugan                               helped others With their
                                                               Ms Domzalski was a tal- computer problems He was                                                 Church Grosse Pomte, 61 meluded the Detroit Press
                 years before retinng                to                                                                                                         Grosse Pomte Blvd., Grosse Club, Indian Village Teoms
                 Locust Valley, NY                          ented     needlepomt        and a pleasure         to be With,                                     Pomte Farms, MI 48236, St Club, the Grosse Pomte
                     He was a devoted grandfa- embroidery artist                              always smilmg, great With                                        John's EpIscopal Church, 50 Hunt Club, the Adcraft Club
                 ther, a sports enthUSiast and                She IS SUlVlvedby her SIS- older people, and everyone's                                          E Fisher Freeway, Detroit, of DetrOit and the Pubhc
                 volunteer at the Cradle of ter, Mary HelmerdlDger; best fnend.                                                                                MI 48201-3405           or the Relations               Society      of
                 AViation Museum,                 The meces, Marilyn (Ml1ton)                   He IS SUrVIved by hiS                                          VanElslander             Cancer Amenca. He was a board
                                                                                                                                    Mary Jo Lorenger
                 Nature Conservancy In Cold Boyd and Mane T. (James) daughter, Sarah, hiS hfe                                                                  Center, 19229 Mack Ave, member of the Greater
                 Spnng Harbor, and Glen Haag,                                great-mece, companIOn, Marsha Day-                                                Grosse Pointe Woods, MI DetrOIt                     Chamber         of
                 Cove Hospital                             Chnstma      Haag Wilhgan, Khun, parents, Emil and                     Mary Jo Lorenger             48236                                Co=erce        Locally, he was
                     He will be greatly DllBsed great-nephews,                    Wllham Mane Dufoor, stepdaugh-                  City of Grosse Pomte resl-                                       past preSident of the Farmly
                       h                                   Haag and James M Haag;
                 by IS family and fri'ends and dear fnend, Thomas ters, Enca Day and Mehssa dent Mary Jo Lorenger, 51,                                                                             Lue EducatIon Council (now
                and remembered for Ius wit, Biondo                                           Schumaker, SISters, DeDlSe dIed Thesday, June 15, 2004,                                               the     Youth        AsSIstance
                compassIOn and courage                                                       Garza       and      Chnstme      at her home.                                                        Program at the Cluldren's
                    He IS sUrVJved by hiS                     Ms Domzalski was pre- Vaughan;               and brothers,         Mrs. Lorenger was born                                            Home of DetroIt) and a
                daughters,           Hilary        B. deceased by her parents, Henry Dufoor and Leon May 13, 1953, to Joseph and                                                                   member of the Grosse
                (Robert) Mullarkey               and Walter           H.    and      Mary Dufoor                              Luella      Trentacosta     In                                       POinte       SOCial      SerVIce
               Libby          Moulton,        Sister, (Konkel) Domzalski; broth-                Mr. Dufoor was prede- Detroit She graduated from                                                  Agency
               Frances B Hydon; former er, William Dom, and her ceased by Ius brother, James Western                                              Michigan                                           Upon retirement,           the
               wife of 27 years, Eleanor L fnend, Barbara Stetter                            Dufoor.                          Umverslty and until her IlI-                                        Owenses            moved        to
               Naess; and grandchrldren,                     A memonal Mass was cel.           A funeral serVIce was held ness was a Vice preSident of                                            Lakeland, Fla, where Mr.
               LeX! and Chnstie Rlfaat, ebrated Wednesday, June at VanLerberghe Funeral treasury management sales                                                                                 Owens continued to play
               Hammy Mullarke, and Will, 23, at St Joan of Arc Roman Home ID St. CIBlTShores                                  at Comenca Bank She                                                 tennis He also rekmdled
               Maggie, and Lily Moulton                  Catholic Church m St CI8lT                                          spent 21 years at Comenca,                                           another mterest _ Frank
                  A funeral serVIce will be Shores                                           Margaret T. HeftIer primanly 1D treasury man-                                                        Lloyd Wnght architecture
              held on Thursday, June 24,                    Arrangements were pro-             Grosse Pomte Woods resl- agement sales                                                             HaVlDg preViously wntten a
              at 11 a m. at the Grosse vided                       by A H          Peters                                       As a cancer SUI'Vlvor at                                          book on the famous arclu-
                                                        Funeral Home m Grosse dent Margaret T Heftier, 92, age 15 and untIl early 2003,                                                          teet, Mr Owens was delight-
              Pointe Academy Chapel m Pomte Woods                                           dIed 'fuesday, June 15, 2004,
              Grosse POlDte Farms                 A         M                               at her home.                     Mrs Lorenger hved a nor-                                            ed to discover Flonda
              memorial servtce will be                        emonal     contributIOns                                       mal, healthy hfe She was                                            Southern College had the
                  I Tu            J                     may be made              to St.       Mrs HeftIer was born
              he d        esday, uly 20, at 11 Bonaventure                     CapuchlD June 30, 1911, to Thomas lDvolved In the Trombly                                                         largest collectIOn of Wnght-
              B m        at St        John's      of                                        Th                  d   N 11 PrO, Pierce Middle School                John MJ.D. M Owens             deSigned bUIldmgs In the
                                                        Monastery, 1829 Mt Elhott,             ompson       an        e Ie
              Lattmgtown            in      Locust D tro t MI 48207                         Thompson m Detroit, and Site             Budgetmg,      Grosse                                       world. He became a docent
              Valley, N.Y                                  e I,              .             graduated         from      the Pomte South Mother's Club,                                           at the college and was the
                 Memotlal         contributioqs               R b        G                 Umversltv of Mlcmll'an            Grosse POlDte South For'em        John 'J.O.' Owens hvehest tour gwde on the
              may 'Ill! ~de"td'The         Natfu'e"             0 en       eorge . ~, She wli'k 'a memlier 'bf' the' Hockey Club and the Grosse A memonal serVIce Willbe campus
              Conservancy-Long              Island                 Oufoor                  Little Club and enjoyed gar_ Pomte South Dugout Clhb "held at the Grosse Pomte
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mfne>ltehll'ill SUJ'VlVedby
              Chapter, 250 Lawrence Hill                   Royal Oak reSident Robert denmg, musIc and travel                She was active m the Alpha Unitanan             Church, 17150 hIS we of 53 years, "Mare; ,
              Rd , Cold Spnng Harbor, NY "Bobby" George Dufoor, 47,                           Mrs. Heftier IS SUlVlved Program, Daughters of the Maumee, CIty of Grosse as she IS affectIOnately
                                                                                                                            Kmg, One Year Bible Study Pomte, at noon on Sunday, known; daughter, Mrs Amy
              11724                                    died Monday, June 14,2004, by her daughter, Patncla
                                                                                                                            and the Stephen Mmlstry June 27, for former Grosse (Michael)                          Preston,     of
                Helen Domzalski                        at Ius home.                        HeftIer,       grandchJldren,
                                                                                                                            program at Chnst Church POlDter John "J D" Owens, Wellesley, Mass, and son,
                Harper Woods resident                      Mr Dufoor was born Nov Karen                Markms         and
                                                                                                                            Grosse Pomte.                    who dIed of cancer on Jamie Owens, of Fort Myers,
             Helen Domzalslo, 90, dIed 27, 1956, to Emil and Mane Chnstme                                Vorce, great-         Mrs Lorenger had a deep Sunday, June 13, 2004, m Fla He was predeceased by
             Saturday, June 19,2004, at                Dufoor 1D Grosse Pomte grandcluldren, Brett, Casey, love of the Bible and loved to Lakeland, Fla He was 78.                             Ius brother, Marty
             St. John Hospital In Detroit             Farms and earned an asSOC!- Ashley, Tun and AustIn; and spread the "Good News"                          Mr Owens was born to an              Memonals may be made
               Ms. DornzaIslo was born                ate's degree m electrolllcs Sister, Mrs John V. Moran                Even dunng her Illness she old DetrOit family                 He to Good Shepherd HOSPIce,
             Sept 19, 1913, to Walter H.              from the Umverslty              of     She was predeceased by loved to minister to others attended                  MIchigan State 105              Arneson           Ave.,
             and          Mary         (Konkel) MJclugan Dearborn He was her husband, PV Heftier, around her and comfort Umverslty With hiS brother, Auburndale, FL 33823
             Domzalslo           1D     Detroit. a computer englneer With son, Peter T Heftler; and them m thelT tIme of need                               Marty, and graduated m the            Funeral        arrangements
                                                      ISAm Dearborn, asSigned to brother,               Thomas         W      She enjoyed readIng, cook- Class of 1950 With a bache- were handled by the Health
                                                                                                                           mg, flower arrangmg, hsten. lor's degree \\'hile m col- Funeral Chapel of Lakeland

             Nextel to pay for Kerby Field shelter in Grosse Pointe Farms
             By Brad Undberg                     Willrent attic space for WIre-
             Staff Wnter                                                            Reeslde to move forward m track or grandstands
                                                 less commumcations eqmp-           talks With Nextel                                                       and famlhes usmg Kerby             from the skatmg nnk "
               A cellular commumcatlOns         ment.                                                                  The two-story, 2o-foot tall          FIeld's recreation facilitIes
            company IS bemg tapped to                                                                               structure Will have a 41-by-                                                 The bUIldIng will contaIn
                                                   Farms admmlstrators are             "The goal of those negotIa- 48-foot footpnnt It Will be                                                barner-free bathrooms (a
            pay for a combined warming          negotIating     a long-term                                                                                   "The LIttle League sees
            center and stontge bulldIng                                             tIons IS to come up With a about the Size of a four-ear                                                   requirement    the current
                                                lease that will ('over the cost    lease revenue that would be garage, accordmg to project                 nothmg       but advantages        bulldmg doesn't meet), a
            at Kerby Field                     of constructlon, estimated to                                                                               from the move," said Paul
               The two-story buIldmg                                               able to meet payments for architect Dale Ehresman, a                                                       concessIOn stand, warmmg
                                               be less than $500,000 bud-          the debt," he S81d                                                      Onderbeke,       representmg      area With tables and a fire
            Will replace a structure           geted "That's the obJective,"                                        Park reSIdent                          the Grosse POinte Clty-
            Grosse Pomte FafDls offi.                                                 Nextel offiCials want to                                                                               place, storage rooms and a
                                               saId Shane Reeslde, cIty            ren t the attlc for stacks of                                           Farms LIttle League                lO-foot-Wldegarage to house
            Clals said IS outdated             manager "There's some up-                                              "It has the scale of a car-             Reeslde called the SIte a
              They saId the current                                                computer equipment              nage house you'd see 1D the                                               City eqUIpment such as a
                                               front money and monthly                                                                                    "congregatIOn comdor"              lawn mower
           faClbty can't meet growing          payments EssentIally, It'S a                                        Farms," Ehresman saId                      Bnan Benz, whose resi-
           recreational needs and does-                                               "There Will be no anten-        Proponents mSlde and out
                                               mortgage we would payoff           nas at thiS locatIOn," Reeslde of cIty hall saId the struc.             dential      property    abuts        "There are prOVISionsfor
           n't measure up to architec-        through      payments      from                                                                             Kerby Field, has softened
           tural standards of a nearby                                            said                             ture's locatIon between the                                               a patIO," Ehresman said
                                              Nextel"                                                                                                     hiS oPPOSItion to the struc-          He deSIgned the bUildIng
           mUDlClpal water pumping                                                    Although the bUlldmg IS outFelds of adjacent base-                  ture
                                                  Members of the City coun-       bemg referred to as a field ball diamonds and near a                                                       to complement the color, sIze
           statIOn                            cil approved the strategy                                                                                      "It's huge," Benz said "It's
              Nextel CommumcatlOns                                                house, It Isn't There Will be hockey nnk WIll prOVide                                                      and texture of the bnck and
                                              last week, which allowed            no Indoor basketball court, easy access to players, fans                gomg to be a longer walk as        slate pump house on the cor-
                                                                                                                                                          s wanmng hut for people            ner of Kerby and Chalfonte
           G.~Woods tax rate
           to remain steady
            By Bonnie Caprara               ment costs. a $90,000 loss of
           Staff Wnter                      state shared revenue, and a
              For the fifth year m a row, potential      $100.000     tax
           the property tax rate In refund to DTE Energy
           Grosse Pomte Woods Will            "Proposal A IS startmg to
           remam the same at 105577 affect us," Malson said "The
           mIlls    However. It was spread            between    taxable
                                                                                                                                                                                         It's down
          tough to keep that record value and the SEV (state                                                                                                                                 Workers remove the
          runmng accordmg to CIty equahzed value) IS huge"                                                                                                                                center and largeat por-
          Controller/Acting         City                                                                                                                                                  tion of a cluater of atone
    ".    Manager Chfford Malson
                                              Malson calls the 2004-05
                                                                                                                                                                                         walla compriltng KreII-
                                           budget a vamlla budget
             Revenues In the u~mlng           "There are no gooches or                                                                                                                   bach Place at Kercheval
          $13 million general fund extras we can put In that we                                                                                                                          and St. Clair in the Vil-
          budget     are expected      to haven't had before," Malson                                                                                                                    lage cUatrict of the City of

x         mcrease $500,000 from last said
         year                                ASIde from a $500,000
             "We expect to have a tax- street project that has been
         able value Increase of $300 put off for another year,
                                                                                                                                                                                         GroNe Pointe. Upon cart.
                                                                                                                                                                                         ing away debrla and
                                                                                                                                                                                         paving over the former
                                                                                                                                                                                         foundation with bricks,
         mlllton, whIch ISJUStenough Malson saId the level of CIty                                                                                                                      other componenta of the
         to offset our cost mcreases," selVlces Will remain the                                                                                                                         lCalpture became more
         Malson saId                      same                                                                                                                                          apparent,     inclUding a
            However, revenue mcreas-         "Nothmg     people have                                                                                                                    aeriea of waterfalla that
         es weren't enough to keep up come to expect has been                                                                                                                           caacade from the topa of
         WIth a $500,000 hIt m retlre- cut," Malson saId                                                                                                                                remalDiq walla.


              10A                                                News                                                                                                                                                                                        June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Grosse Pointe News

             Neff has more th;Jn                                                                                                                                                  Farms park has summer fun
             By Brad Lindberg                                                                                                                                                     By Brad LIndberg
             Staff Wnter                                                                                                                                                          Staff Wnter
              VIsitors entenng     Neff                                                                               Pier Park dunng summer
           Park walk between twm 5                                                                                 has somethmg for every
           112.foot cement eagles, pass                                                                            Grosse Pomte Farms resI-
           through a guard stand and                                                                               dent, as long as he or she IS
           proceed onto a forked con-                                                                                 • a chIld fascmated by a
           crete path hned by scores of                                                                            splash pad where water
           bncks engraved With names                                                                              canons, oversIzed fountams
          of donors to the City of                                                                                deSigned to look hke fish
        , Gro~se Pomte FoundatIOn                                                                                 skeletons and hang10g buck-
             The eagles are a vestIge                                                                             ets combme to proVlde an
           from the type of stately                                                                               opportumty to get drenched
           mansIOns for which the                                                                                 at every turn,
          Pomtes are known natlOnal-                                                                                 • a teenager out for a tan
        , Iy
                                                                                                                  on the mam pier separatIng
             The guard stand was butlt                                                                            the harbor and beach, or
          With Foundation donations                                                                                  • an adult seekIng respite
             The engraved bncks rep.                                                                              In the shade of a lakeSide
          resent park Improvements                                                                               gazebo offenng an expansive
          to come that wouldn't be                                                                               Vlew of Lake St Cllllr
          pOSSible Without support                                                                                   But most amembes at the
          from a cooperative commu-                                                                              only park In the Pomtes to
             nity                                                                                                offer sWlmmmg In the lake
                "The whole park IS a close-                                                                      can be enjoyed by the whole
             kmt group," said Chns                                                                               faml1y
            Hardenbrook,      CIty recre.                                                                           Anyone can chmb the
        I   at IOn dIrector "Everybody                                                                           lookout platform to watch
            knows everybody and enJoys                                                                           freIghter traffic Dozens of
            everyone                                                                                            gnlling statIons are great                                                    Photo bv Brad Lmdberg
               There's been a lot of news                                                                       for large bIrthday partIes or        Kate. a loose-ehaaing border collie. has cleaned up
            commg out of Neff Park late-                                                                        casual plcmcs With a fnend         Pier Park. She likes tummy lUbe from Ken RoweD of
            ly                                                                                                      There are tenma courts, the park maintenance staff.
               But the loudest buzz ISn't                                                                       basketball hoops, a sand vol- offered to children 12 years tmue June 17, 24, July 2,
           from bees 10 the ornamental                                                                          leyball court and a manna and older on Sunday, June Aug, 5, 12,19 and 26
           flower beds.                                                                                         IBId out so non-boat owners 20, from noon to 2 p m More
               "We have the brand new                                                    Phow by Brad Lmdberg                                                                       • Summer concerts began
                                                Chris Hardenbrook has begun his flnt year as park can get a close look at the extenSIve                        scuba classes June 13, WIth Seneux. The
           manna, the mcest manna 10 director In the City of Grone Pointe.                                      WIde variety of sllliboats and begm July 5.
           the Grosse Pomtes, but I'm                                                                                                                                            group performed muSIC by
                                                                                                                crwsers                              Informal coed volleyball the TemptatIons,              Earth
           blased,~ sBld Hardenbrook            Hardenbrook   spent an         "At the end of each seSSIon          Pool hours are 10 a m to games are scheduled on a Wmd & FIre, The Four '!bps
               ConstructIOn took place afternoon last month Walt- of classes we have a Special 10 p.m., With the wadmg
          dunng the WInter Despite 109 for health officials to splash                                                                             drop-m     baSIS Monday and more AdchtIonai con-
                                                                                         party.~        said pool and splash pad open evenmgs                 begmmng     thIS certs are scheduled through-
          extra-cold weather and thick mspect the park's two sWlm- Hardenbrook                                  untu 10 p m and the beach week from 6 30 to 8 30 p m             out the summer.
          ice In the harbor, crews fin- mmg pools, mclud10g a baby            The City has dIVIng open from noon to 8 p m
         Ished In tIme to open May 1 pool outfitted With water lessons, synchromzed sWlm-                                                            There are tenms classes       The      Grosse         Pomte
                                                                                                                    Early bIrd sWims run
              Neff Park IS homebase to canons pamted bnght red mmg, kayak safety, free weekdays, 6 30 to 7 30 a.m , for youths and adults, plus Symphony Orchestra prac-
         the Pomtes' most cunously- hke nozzles on a fireboat                                                                                     an adult      mIxed-doubles tIces at the plcmc shelter on
                                                                           scuba lessons on Saturdays through Aug. 27 SessIOns tournament.                                      June 30 and July 14, at 7
         named sWim team, the                  When the pools opened, and several water aerobiCS are for senous lap sWlm-                           AdchtJonal youth      pro- pm.
        Norbs                               sWimmers counted on water classes for adults                       mers and cost $35 for the grams mclude Red Cross
             Contrary      to common heated to 81 degrees                                                                                                                          • Farms Boat Club regat-
                                                                              "We offer aerobiCS at chf. season Enrollment IS hmlt-
        sense, the Norbs weren't               "We have a wonderful ferent bmes of the day to ed to 25, but there still hfeguard trammg, arts and ta July 3, mcluding an out-
                                                                                                                                                 crafts, Pewablc pottery and door concert and lakeSIde
        named after Norbert Neff, a bath house WIth locker cater to the needs of resl- might be room
                                                                                                                                                 Red Cross babYSItter tram- fireworks show.
        CIty manager from 50 years rooms,~ Hardenbrook Said               dents,~ Hardenbrook Said                 "We have a ton of people ing                                    • Ice Cream Soctal Aug. 7,
        ago                                  ,Among recreatIon      pro'      Adult lap sWims began who Sign up, but they don't                     Ballet and Jazz dance featunng games. a magt-
             Legend has It the Norbs &Jams, sWlmmmg lessons thIS week SWIm tImes are all come," said Michele
                                                                                                                                                 classes for chudren 3 to 8 Clan, clowns and more.
        honor a type of pen gum , are among the most popular 6 30 to 9 a m Monday EIckhorst,                                   pool manager years old conclude Aug 11              • Farms and City annual
        although the name IS absent            "We have an overwhelm- through Fnday, and 8 to 9 and former hfeguard "The
                                                                                                                                                 With a recltal at the Grosse Fishmg Rodeo, for Iods 17
        from a hst of the world's 17 109 response," Hardenbrook a m on weekends                                ones who come are here POInte War Memorial
        pengum speCIes                      sllld                                                                                                                               and under, Aug 14, 9 am.
                                                                              Master sWlmmmg ses- every day~                                        Family events melude:       sharp
             "The Norbs SWIm team IS           There are three separate Sions, reserved for semors,                SWlmmmg lessons are              • Sauboat races sponsored     For more mformatIon, call
        very, very com~titlve: saId levet~ o( classes for tots are Tuesday and Thursday I offered throughout the awn-
        l'IaJ'dJ!b.'brMt(- "Faml1tes' "of' 'through fu:1vanced '      ,                                                                          by the boat club began last the parks department                at
                                                                           from 6 to 7 am, and week- I mer                                       Thursday eveJllJlg and e6P- <813)~-2405.                   "'<'
         Norbs teanImates are very             Instructors are certified ends from 7 to 8 am                       RegtstratIon IS on a walk-

         involved       Involvement     IS accordmg to Red Cross stan-        Neff park IS more than 10 basIS at the park office m
         Important.~                        dards                         sWlmmmg pools and boat the boathouse Classes cost
                                                                          shps                                 $35                                                                                              New classes set for
                                                                             "We have an outdoor                  Adult water aerobIC c1ass-
                                                                          paVlhon and lUSCIOUSreen es - both afternoon (l to 2

                                                                          spaces that are qwet and pm) or evemng (630 to
                                                                          secluded,"                          730 pm) sessions - are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Lake Front Park
                                                                         saId "Come down and enJoy held Monday, Wednesday By Bonnie Caprara
                                                                                                                                                                               an array of new classes
                                                                         a mce evenmg "                       and Fnday through Aug. 27. Staff Wnter
                                                                                                                                                                               whIch mclude Amencan Red
                                                                             Tenms classes are held at The cost IS $35 per person                  There WIll never be a dull Cross Programs, water aero-
                                                                         Elworthy Field                          The sWIm team IS called moment thIs summer at the
                                                                                                                                                                               biCS, readmg ennchment,
                                                                             "We have lessons 10 three the              Barracudas.     SWIm Grosse POInte Woods Lake boatmg safety, off-road velu-
                                                                         sessIOns for chJ!dren aged 7 Chicks,               a synchromzed Front Park
                                                                                                                                                                               cle certification, arts and
                                                                         to 9, 8 to 10 and 11-14 years sWIm team of 8 to 17-year-                  Instead of the week long crafts, soccer, volleyball,
                                                                         old,~ Hardenbrook saId               olds, has begun practJcmg lulls between sWlmmmg and
                                                                                                                                                                               water games and basketball
                                                                             Park hours are 6 a m to for a big show July 25                     tennis lessons, the staff at
                                                                         11 p m                                  Free scuba lessons are Lake Front Park WIll offer                    See Woods, page 1M

                                                                                                                                          Patterson makes splashy summer debut
                                                                                                                                          By Bonnie Caprara                    playscape, five regulatIOn       summer at the sand volley-
                                                                                                                                          StaffWnter                                                                                                • June 19: 51st Annual
                                                                                                                                                                               tenms courts and a back-         ball court or SIgn up for the    Flshmg Rodeo, Wmdm1l1
                                                                                                                                             The forecast for Patterson        board, basketball courts, a      competitive and recreatIOnal     Pomte Park from 9 to 11 30
                                                                                                                                           Park thIS summer calls for          nature trail, a covered shel-    volleyball     leagues      at   am
                                                                                                                                           plenty of showers - at the          ter, lake access for non.        Wmdrmll Pomte Park
                                                                                                                                           park's new splash pad                                                                                    • July 14: Randy VallO &
                                                                                                                                                                               motonzed water craft, a            Tournaments     come mto       the Somc Blues concert at
                                                                                                                                             The park's new 2,827-             boardwalk, and a reflective      play for tenms players for       Patterson Park at 7 p m
                                                                                                                                          square-foot        splash     pad    fountam                          Iods at Patterson Park on               Aug.     7: Summer
                                                                                                                                          opened Memonal Day week.                P!CDlCpenmts are avail.       Aug 14 and for adults at         Gathenng at Patterson Park
                                                                                                                                          end                                  able by calhng (313) 822-        Wmdmdl Pomte Park Aug            from4to8pm
                                                                                                                                             The new water attractIOn          2812, ert 201                    20 to 22 A 3-on-3 ba sketba II      • Aug. 18: Boogie Woogle
                                                                                                                                          has 14 different water fea-             At Windmdl Pomte Park,       tournament WIll be held at        Babies concert at Patterson
            At .'>MART, we're commmed      to the transportallon needs                                                                    tures that spray, splash and        a new concesslOnlllre, Marty     Patterson Park on Aug 14          Park at 7 p m
            of the communJOes we serve 11lat's whv we are now proud 10                                                                   dump water                           Peters, will offer a new            Semors are m"ted for             Park houTS at Wmdmill
            annClunce newlyc:xpanded servIce to and from the East SIde                                                                       ~It's Just great," Parks and     menu that's sure to please       bmgo at the '!bmpkms              Pomte Park are from 7 a m
                                                                                                                                         Recreation Director Terry            the palettes of park goors       Center at Wmdmlll POInte          to 11 p m SWlmmmg pool
            Wayne State University, Cultural Center                                                                                      Solomon said "They don't                A mynad of elasses Willbe     Park         every     second     hours are from 7 a rn to 9
                                                                                                                                         need to be a SWimmer, they           offered at the pool, tenms       Wednesday of the month            pm       Tuesday    through
            Detroit Medical Center & VA Hospital                                                                                         don't have to wear a bathmg          courts, and the Lavlns           through September from 11         Sunday and from 9 a m to 9
            W "h ~      on Root'" 6\0 I 61 '> ~"j
                                      'o<T\'lCt   John R. md                                    Vl>
                                                                                                                                         SUIt,and It'S for all ages"          ActIVItIes Center, which         am to3pm                          p m on Mondays Wadmg
             ~ \1ART ~ now th< SMART ...                  w.I\   tn   ndc fO, W"VtlO ~"r<l nlVCl'lty <tudcn"
                                                                                                                                            The splash pad was a gift         observes Its first anmver.          Other Bummer events at         pool hours are from 9 a m to
                                                                                                                                         from the Grosse Pomte Park           sary thiS spnng Three- to &-     the parks mclude                  9pm
            or for anyone Ir,avcllng              to   .and from Dt1mlt"i ( ultur~1 ({"ntcr                                mcludlng
                                                                                                                                         FoundatIOn                           year-aIds can Sign up to be         •   June      16: Moses
            ro(" Dc-trou Medical Cenrer and the Vn:('r~n                                r,;   Admlnl'i[raflon              Hospital                                                                                                                 Park hours at Patterson
                                                                                                                                            Other       attractIOns      at   part of the Knapsackers, a       Madwagon & Songs for              Park are frClm 7 a m to
                                                                                                                                         Patterson        Park     Include    d'l\ camp held at the two        Michigan       concert      at    dusk Splash pad hours are
            Gibraltar Trade Center/North                                                                                                 gT1l1~, pICniC table~,           a   I, hi front parks  EnJOY the     Patterson Park at 7 p m           from 10 a m to dusk
            ~\IARr          no'o\ offen hoth nOrlh~un.d                          ,md ~llthoollnd                \frvICC        ro dl('
            (rlhr~l[n       hOldt' C('ntcr         a.r,; weJr      via Route            ')60     (,r;tTH)[     ("\("rv ';Hurda\
            ~n(l ~undav         lor     mOl'C'dc'     on    (hlr,;   \pr~lal ....C'ck('nt.1 ,<"PIKe               pick     Up;1

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                                                                                                                                                                                                            Learn new skills. Begin a lifetime of fun.
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                                                                                                               ;m   ''IId('' m ..kC"i                                                                          could lead to a passion for the gamel
            rid   n~   'iMARJ         e.a.U('f ~h,m    CVC'r horn dl( ( ny I                   lmll~     tn \1;1(omh \-far!
            from   dlC' VA H(1';p,,~1 to DOlAonto",n                      a;l\    {)f   night          "'\1AR 1      r,;   on..l rof!'

                                  Now That's
                                g..sMAHT                                                                                                                                                                       To Register Can:
      Woman,                                fundralsmg
                                            growmg number
                                                         events, and the
                                                                of "chick
                                                     such as cosmopoh.
                                                                                                                                                             bills,  and     make enough
                                                                                                                                                            money to lure attorneys and
                                                                                                                                                                                                              haven't heard from a parent
                                                                                                                                                                                                              thlll year who has accused
                                                                                                                                                            pay court fees? Are these                         me of "not haVIng the facts
      parent &
                                            tans and chocolate     marti-
                                                                                                                                                            Iuds aware that follOWIng                         nght" about a publIc safet.y
                                               ThE' thm" th.t hOO d~,"l.                                                                                    laws IS one of the more adult                     report mVOIVH1" ',,,rl,,r'lO'l'
                                                                                                                                                            responslbl.htleS?                                 dnnkmg     Then ~ agaIn, It's
      kid-at-                               me the m;st IS the tr~~d~
                                            msplred     by one of cable's
                                            hottest senes, "Sex In the
                                                                                                                                                                • "Pm afraid my kid
                                                                                                                                                            will run away f1'om home
                                                                                                                                                                                                              only June

                                                                                                                                                            if     I'm      too     strict         with
      heart                                 CIty ~ Even         though      the                                                                                                                                  Want to nd stress? Act
                                            senes 18 now on reruns on                  .o~ie Caprara                                                        him." How long WIll most
                                                                                                                                                           kIds SUrvIve on the street
                                                                                                                                                                                                              like a kId
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Spend a day With a Iud -
                                            another       cable     network,
          Back In the 1980s, women                                                                                                                         With no VIdeo games,     no                        your own, a mece, a nephew
                                            there's stJl! a prohferahon       of
      estabhshed       theIr posltlOns                                              the renewed        populanty   In at the Grosse Pomte News,            Internet and no money to go                        or a neIghbor Go to a park
                                            pearl chokers bed WIth satin
      ill the workplace by weanng                                                   knlttmg, Grosse POInte Park        I'm stIli appalled    at the        out to lunch    WIth then                          and feel how good It IS to see
                                            nbbons and SIlk flower pms
      busIness SUits styled much                                                    reSident      Kalen   Kendnck-     number       of kIds who get        mends?                                             who can SWIng the hIghest
                                            on the accessory counters In
      hke men's SUIts, only with a the                                              Hands, who owns City Kmts          arrested for drunken dnvmg            • "My kid has a cell                             Go to a pool and t.ry to make
                                                    department         stores
      skIrt In the 1990s, It was WhIle I can't think of a sm.                       m the FIsher BUlldmg, said, or for being mmors In pos-                 phone; I can get shold of                          the     bIggest      cannonball
      fashIonable      for women to gle Journabst                                  "I thmk women of my gener-          sessIon of alcohol at unsu-         him any time." Can you get                         splash Forget. about the car-
      know theIr beers and vod. myself) who can afford the                          atIon thought If you looked        pervIsed open house partIes         ahold of a supervIsmg adult?                       bohydrates,       calones    and
      kas     and     smoke      cIgars                                            too domestic, It would com- I'm even more appalled at                   Do you know any supervIS-                          cholesterol      and      remmd
                                           time or cash to do lunch m
      Through       those    years,     It ChI-chi restaurants                     promise       your profeSSIOnal     the number of parents who           Ing adults (parents)?                             yourself how an Ice cream
                                                                    WIth her
     became OK for a woman to gal pals on a regular baSIS,                         Image Now, I thmk we're a are not aware that theIr kIds                     • "My kid     hangs                           cone tastes      If It'S a raIny
     ask a man out, and very few It'S sometlung I'd hke to do                      bttle more secure WIth our- are out dnnkmg Among the                    around good kids." How                            day, make some popcorn,
                                                                                   selves ~                           top excuses I've heard from          many parents     admIt theIr                      rent a DVD - preferably          a
     people ever assumed some- - once I can find a way to
     one else's boss was a man                                                         I'm sure many women WIll parents are                                kIds do bad thmgs - even                          fanuly comedy - and laugh
                                           have the haIr and skill of
         But III the past few years,                                               tip     their     red   hats   to       • "I want to give my            sometImes or rarely?                              your butt off
                                           Sarah JessIca Parker, who IS
     I've noticed       the trend      in my age                                   Kendnck-Hands                      kid adult choices and                     • "I trust my kid."                             AwwwT I Said "butt~1
     women actually celebratIng               Have women taken a long                                                 responsibilities."    Do these       Good IS not about                          Go ahead and glggle It
     theIr femmInlty         ConSider                                                 It's 11 o'clock        Do you parents gIVe theIr Iuds adult          your Iuds' trustworthmess,                        feels good
                                           step backward? Nah. In an
     the populanty        of afternoon                                             know where your parents            chOIces and responslbJlltles         It's about your responslbJlI-
                                           upcommg story I'm workmg                are?
     tea,     "glrls      mght      out~ on that deals m part WIth                                                    all the tune? Do theIr Iuds          ty and accountablhty                                P S Happy       16th birthday,
                                                                                      WIth Just over five years       pay car loans, car msurance             Actually, I'm surpnsed     I                   Chns'

                                                                                                                   An angel                                                                                  "an awesome preacher ~ "We
                                                                                                                                                                                                             were there for hts personalt-
                                                                                                                     Mary Jo Lorenger, 51,                                                                   ty,~ Mark s81d.
                                                                                                                   didn't wear her f8lth on her
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 When they started a fam-
                                                                                                                   sleeve She professed It
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ily, they transferred  to
                                                                                                                   happIly to anyone who
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Grosse Pomte Memonal,
                                                                                                                   would hsten SometImes
                                                                                                                                                                                                             which was closer to home,
                                                                                                                   she was rebuffed even by
                                                                                                                                                                                                             but then as thClr chIldren
                                                                                                                   relatIVes, but It never
                                                                                                                                                                                                             got mvolved 10 school actIv-
                                                                                                                   deterred her from her mIs-
     Visit the Groue Pointe Dog. website: http://gpdog                         ••                                                                                                               ItIes and sports, they fell
                                                                                                                   SIon to share God's love
                                                                                                                                                                                                             away from the church
                                                                                                                      Confronted by the worst
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 "We were gomg to church
                                                                                                                   of adversItIes, Mary Jo's

                                                                                                                                                                                                              and dIdn't know why," Mark
                                                                                                                   faIth ht up her face and
                                                                                                                   bnghtE\ned her eyes. In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mark coached LIttle
                                                                                                                   SpIte of troubles that would                                                      ,eball about that
                                                                                                                   have paralyzed sou18,~
I                                                                                                                                                                                                              time, and the Rev. Bry
                  Question of the Week:                                                                            she had a peace and serem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Dennison's son David was
\      City of Grosse Pointe Village merchants
                                                                                                                   ty that confounded people
                                                                                                                   WIth weaker belIefs
                                                                                                                                                                 KaJy Jo .t.orenger
                                                                                                                                                                                                              on the team Rev Denmson,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              an EpIscopal pnest asked,
     and employees were asked to name the best                                                                        "She was bold m her                                                                     "Why don't you come to
     things about their commercwl dr.strlct.                                                                      f81th,~ saId her husband,                                                                  Chnst Church?" But they
                                                                                                                  Mark, 53 "Wherever Mary                 Arbor blasted It out of her
                                                                                                                                                          WIth huge doses ofradla-                           dIdn't act on the IDVltatlOn
                                           The combmatIon offanuly-                                               Jo went, It was Dever about                                                                    Three years passed before
                                                                                                                                                          tlOn, the only VIable treat-
                                         owned specIalty shops and                                                Mary Jo It was all about                                                                  Mary Jo one Saturday mght
                                                                                                                  the glory of God ~                      ment at the tIme "They
                                         natIonal   speCialty   stores                                                                                    saved her hfe," Mark saId                         asked Mark If he would hke
                                         Also, the loyalty of the com-                                               Rosemary Hockney,                                                                      to go to church that Sunday
                                                                                                                   who WItnessed Mary Jo III                 She recovered She grew
                                         mUOIty to those busmesses                                                                                       up and got mamed to Mark                           "Sure," he said They went
                                                Mary Jo Huntington                                                actIon at the Van Elslander                                                              and were Impressed       They
                                                                                                                  Center at St John HospItal             after they graduated from
                                                   Hickey's (Walton                                                                                      Western Mtchlgan                                  found a "welcome and car-
                                                             Pierce)                                              about five months ago, S81d,                                                             mg pansh " "Bry was our
                                                                                                                  "You've got to be an angel,            Umverslty, and they had
                                                                                                                                                         three talented and attrac-                        condwt," Mark saId
                                                                                                                  and God put It mto your                                                                        Mary Jo got Involved m
                                                                                                                                                         tive children, Jocelyn.
                                           Merchants  know most of                                                heart to mlDlster here" The                                                              two Bible study groups
                                                                                                                  paIr became Inseparable                Kristin and Todd
                                        their cu~tomers   by name                                                                                           Mary Jo and Mark's f81th                       ~She would begm her day
                                        When people shop In the                                                   frIends, and both worked at                                                              readmg the BIble and end
                                                                                                                                                         Journey reflected those of
                                        Village, they know they are                                               easmg the fears of others at                                                             her day readmg the BIble,"
                                                                                                                                                         thousands of Amen cans
                                        appreClated                                                               the cancer center                                                                        Mark SaId "She loved the
                                                                                                                                                         She was reared 10 the
                                                           Pam Rumon                                                 Actually It was cancer                                                                Bible" Mark got Involved III
                                                                                                                                                         Cathohc Church, Mark m
                                                  Posterity: A Gallery                                            that took Mary Jo to Van                                                                 many church actlV1bes and
                                                                                                                                                         the Lutheran     But they had
                                                                                                                  Elslander   It had been no                                                               IS the JunIOr Warden at
                                                                                                                                                         dnfted away from those
                                                                                                                  stranger III her hfe At age                                                              Chnst Church
                                                                                                                                                         churches    They were mar-
                                                                                                                  15, she was dIagnosed WIth                                                                    Three years ago, the cou-
                                                                                                                                                         ned at Lake Shore
                                           It's a great area where                                                Hodgkm's dIsease, and                                                                    ple sold the bIg house WIth
                                                                                                                                                         Presbytenan     where the Rev
                                        people can walk and enJoy                                                 phySICIans at Umverslty of
                                                                                                                  MIchIgan HospItal m Ann
                                                                                                                                                         Robert McConnell       was
                                        the convemence     of haVIng                                                                                                                                                    See FYI, page 8A
                                        both shops and restaurants
                                                    Katherine Green
                                                                                                                    Points about the Polntes
                                                                                                                      The school system budget for 2004.2005 ...
                                                                                                                         after tonight, you've had your shot!
                                           Merchants  who have last-                                                 As most of you know, our State economy IS m                 ever we ha\e and real cuttmg
                                        ed reach out and try to satIs-                                             the dumps, and all of lhe public schools                      the likes of which most of you
                                        fy the needs of thIS sophisti-                                             hncludmg ours) are fechng the pinch big lime                  can't Imagmc WIll have to be.
                                        cated commumty                                                               Our school s}"tem IS faCing thIS reality of th1S            gm 10 eam~l, so be prepared
                                                     Georgia Valente                                               fundmg shortfall and the mll\g costs In health                   I am amazed thaI. despltc OUI commul\lty's
                                                    Valente Jewelers                                               care. ete to the tune of $5 2 mllhon for the com-             profcssed concern WIth the spendmg of the
                                                                                                                   mg year      To lessen the lmmedlate pam, the                 school ~Y'tem turnout at thc SIXor ~o pubhc
         Katherine      Green                                                                                      School Board WIll take $2 million out of thm                  Budgct heanngs I've been to has been apathetIC
                                                                                                                   <;liVingsaccount    Thai can happen for another               as be~t Well as m} old bos~ Carl Joyner used to
                                                                                                                   year or qO Atter thai. whatever we have IS what-              say, after 8PM, "you'vc had your shot'
                                                                                                                                                                                   Tomght the School Board "111 vote on Ihc
                                          We have fast, fnendly        and                                           Want same dey color prints                                  budge I for the corntng school year and what
                                        happy seTVIce
                                                                                                                      from your dl__ llm ....                       ?            ~me conSider major cut~ m program~ and qtaff.
                                                    Carol Casper                                                                                                                 Ing that are necessal") to makc the book~ balance
                                           Notre Dame Pharmacy                                                                                                                   Will be ~ct m place 1001gbl
                                                                                                                     No problem!                                                                                        the
                                                                                                                                                                                   Th" I~the ea~y year for cut~ 111~ lip of thc

                                                                                                                                                                                 Iceberg When the o;avlllg~account 1< lapped out.
                                                                                                                                                                                 our operating cO~l~ have Increa,cd , •• per year
                                          Local ownershIp of stores                                                                                                              and mcome I< tlat. the real cut~ Will begm. hope-
                                                                                                                                                                                 fully fjr<;tm admll\lSrratlon. thcn m program,
                                       as    oppo~l'd   to nR.tlOnal
                                                                                                                                                                                   Our challengc as a commumty w,1I be to NOT

                                       cham~ WIth md,vldual own-                                                                                                                 put our hcad~ In the ~and thm~mg thallhe WONt
                                       E'r~hlp, you get per~onah7ed                                                                                                              I~ over Wl1ctl1er)'OU wanll0 hcar II or not thcy
                                       huvmg     and t.reatment
                                       opposed to central     buymg
                                                                                                                                    ~                      .,.                   are JU~Ibeginning Bc aware and getlmohedl
                                                                                                                                                                                        A"Ift~d J~Ift41J rahmed IImm/(a com, n</ nel)
                                       and ~endmit goods out to dIf-
                                       ferent locatIOns
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                   Real world economics lesson Letters-----                                                                                                                                                    From page 6A                   neous and partisan reports
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Barry Grant, IS a partner 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    a mllJor account1Og firm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The 40,000-plus chIldren
                     Ewnomlst Thomas Sowell same manner as regular                                                                                                            "only" save a small busmess
                  recently cntlclZed hiS pro- real estate property taxes                                                                                                      $540 a year, It would not cre-                                    QUite frankly, I'm sick of we asSiSt each year thank
                  feSSIOnal colleagues for fall. Thmk of It as a "tool tax"                                                                                                                                    board (one dlssentmg vote     ABC, NBC, CBS, Ted you for help!!'g us clanfy
                   ""_..  .. ~r    ..            ,                       .                                                                                                    ate many Jobs He asked,          - Laura Bartell) approved a   '"       ,      ,,,,                 "
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                              ....... ... ............                                                   l..)«;:'\,.d.u,cu;;::      U. ~         do   wtX      un      LJU:    now many people noes a          donatIOn of $1,800 to the                  .uu ,•.u lA'" n',,' .. . tnlti'
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                  conceptlonb of economics rn                                                            tools of enterpnse                                                   busmess hIre for $5401"                                        t"he "news media" takmg of nus taken Identlty
                  the general public" But                                                                                                                                          Woods MunICIpal              2004                         cheap sho~ at the preSident                        Peter N. (Pete)
                  sometimes the most pene.                                                                                                                                         Fireworks Display fund                                    We are all supposed to.                                    Waldmeir
                                                                                                        As Nobel PrlZe.wmmng                        An rmportant truth In eco- Whether
                  tratmg economic lDSlghts                                                                                                                                                        these      donated                         "stand umted" but all I hear                G~lIH J?~Dte Woocl8
                                                                                                     economist Milton Fnedman nomIcs IS the law of margIn'
                  come from "real people" m                                                                                                                                         funds are FoundatIOn, gift,                              these days IS cntlClsm                           J:xec~e~
                                                                                                     has sald, "If you encourage al utilIty ThIS holds that "It
                  the rough-and-tumble world                                                                                                                                       or tax funds, the money                                      I hope that there are more                   Member.aill,l;Past
                                                                                                     somethUlg, you get more of IS on the margm, and not
                                                                                                                                                                                   should be used for hbrary                                 Amencans who feel as I do                                 PresiCtent.
                  of small busmess capitalIsm                                                        It; If you dIscourage some- WIth a view to the big pIC- purposes excluslVely and not                                                    and wIll speak up agamst
                  ThiS IS the story of one such                                                      thIng, you get less of It " It's ture, that we make econom-                                                                                                                                 Old NewsboyI'
                  lesson First, some back-                                                           another       Impediment               to ICdeciSIOns," as 19th centu- given away only to have                                          those pohtlclans who would                       Goodfellow Fund
                  ground                                                                             enterpnse          that         makes ry                                      them blown up In a puff of                                use thiS situation to further                             of Detroit
                                                                                                                                                        Austnan       economIst
                                                                                                    MIchigan an expensIve place Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk smoke In a matter of mm-                                                               their careers rather than
                     House Bill 4234 m the                                                          to do busmess                                put It GIVen what econom. utes        ThiS, In my View,ISa com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             show their conumtment to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             thiS great natlon.                                  Pushing
                  MIchIgan legislature would                                                                                                     ICSand economIsts teach us, plete misuse of funds Other                                                              M. Petz
                  exempt small busmesses                                                                So reducmg or ehmmatmg there IS an answer to the questIOnable uses of funds                                                                GroSBe Pointe Woods                           the limits
                  from paYIng the "personal                                                          the tool tax should be easy, "how many Jobs Will my go to outsourced contractors
                  property tax" on the first                                                         nght? Unfortunately, It IS a community gam?" question: such as pubhc relatIOns,                                                                                                             To the Editor:
                  $10,000 worth of their tools
                  ThIS misnamed tax IS a levy
                                                                                                    cash cow that the state and More than It WIll lose
                                                                                                    local governments hate to
                                                                                                                                                                                   $3,000 per month, fund-rals,                              Goodfellow                                              It IS Interestmg that out.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  gozng Grosse Pomte School
                                                                                                                                                                                   er, $80,000+ per year, and
                  on the machmery and eqwp-                                                         lose That's why government                      Jack McHugh IS legzsla- consultant to the fund-nus-                                      fund                                                 Board member Jack Ryan
                  ment busmesses use to cre-                                                         lobbYISts lIned up to chal- twe                      analyst     With the er $18,000 per month                                                                                               now finds fault with the
                  ate goods, seTVlcesand Jobs                                                        lenge HB 4234 at a recent Mackmac Center for Public ($216,000 annually)                                           To the Editor:                                                             state of MIchIgan for level.
                  It IS assessed on everythmg                                                       heanng A Department of POlley, an educatIOnal and                                  Perhaps the library board          The      Old     Newsboys'                                              ing the playmg field when It
                  from desk chmrs to produc-                                                        Treasury offiCIal testified research Institute based In should exercise ItS frugality Goodfellow Fund of DetroIt                                                                              comes to school fundIng
                  tIOn lInes and IS leVIed 10 the                                                   that, smce the bill would Midland                                              m the high cost areas such would hke to reassure our                                                              The artIcle "Ryan to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       many generous contnbutors                                                  depart board, three candi-
                                                                                                                                                                                   as legal adVisers (the board among your extensive read-
                  FyI---------                                                                                                                                                     uses three firms) and the ershIp m the Grosse Pomtes,
                                                                                                                                                                                   outsourced           contractors    Harper Woods and other
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  dates to run," pnnted m the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Apnl 29 Issue of the Grosse
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Pomte News, stated. "One
                  From page 7A                                                                      of her JOYand the blessmgs                   the rest of that week,            That appears to be where a commUnIties III southeast-                                                          of the biggest changes IS the
                                                                                                    oCher fanuly She spoke of                    dawned stormy, ramyand            large chunk of the tax ern MIchIgan concernmg                                                                  InstitutIOn of Proposal A,
                    Its yard and gardens and                                                        the Rev. Steven Kelly, of                    nasty In early afternoon,         money 18 gOing                      some "scare" headlmes men-
                    downSized to a condo m the                                                      St John's EpIscopal m                        the clouds parted and                 With an annual Income of tlOmng the "Goodfellows"                                                          whIch Ryan beheves has
                   City of Grosse Pomte They                                                        Detroit, to whom she had                    revealed a beautiful, sun-ht, more than $4 mllhon and that appeared m other area                                                                  taken too much control away
                   bought a second home on                                                          become spmtually close                      spnng day.                         approXImately $5 millIOn m medIa last week..                                                                   from local dIstncts Whue
                   Sambel Island                                                                        Dunng the course of her                    At 6 30 pm. the mother         fund eqwty, the lIbrary IS                                                                                      the measure has evened out
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          No one has stolen, embez-                                               spend10g between poorer
                       They had often vaca-                                                         treatment, Mary Jo turned                   of the bride was brought to easuy able to pay Its employ- zled Oi' otherwIse Illegally
                   honed at vanous shores                                                           her Van Elslander VISits                    the weddmg 10 a wheel             ees the salanes and benefits converted any donabons,                                                            and ncher dIstncts, Ryan
                   and always dreamed ofhav-                                                        Into a mInistry, speakmg to chair The attendants were                         that are more m hne WIth                                                                                       believes I; has had the effect
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       grants or other contnbu-                                                  of creatIng me<hocnty
                   mg a place at the beach,                                                         new cancer patients. "It was Knsten, 24 and her COUSin, comparable Iibranes In the
                   and the Island retreat off                                                       upliftmg to her She felt she Kathryn Miller, 21 Mary                          metro area                           tIons to our annual "No                                                       "1t's bad for Mlcmgan and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       KIddie         WIthout         a                                          bad for Amenca,m Ryan saId,
                   the west coast of Flonda                                                        was domg what the Lord                       Jo stood for the 25-mmute             The compensation pack.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Chnstmas"         fund.ralsmg                                                 Was It not he, and many of
                   represented a place of qUiet                                                    wanted her to do," her SIS- ceremony preSIded over by                          ages of our teachers and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       campaign, now or m the                                                    the very same board memo
                   and seremty for them                                                            ter, Chris Miller. of the                    Father Kelly, as the couple       mumclpal workers In the past
                      In February 2003, Mary                                                       Park, s81d                                   gave their elder daughter to Grosse Pomtes certamly                                                                                              bers, who five years ago
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The story that was played                                              sang the praIses of an
                  Jo was diagnosed WIth                                                                "When I would cry, she                   Colin Padden, 27, m mar- compare                 favorably      With prominently m both the
                  esophageal cancer She                                                            would say, 'You've got to                    nage Mary Jo rested               other local commumtIes and                                                                                     evened "academIC" playmg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Free Press and The Detroit                                                 field when It came to offer-
                  returned to U-M Hospital                                                         stop that,m smd Miller, who through most of the wed-                           In many        mstances, rank
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       News concerned an alleged                                                  Ing academIC challenge to
                  where renowned surgeon                                                           spent hours at her bedSIde                   dmg dlnner celebrabon but         near the top With compara-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       theft by the president of an                                              the dIstnct's bnghtest stu-
                  Dr. Mark Orringer, a                                                                 Eldest daughter,                         took part m the party after. ble workers ThiS should
                  phySICIan WIth a remark-                                                         Jocelyn, 25, had been                        wards                             hold true for our hbrary mdependent                      Goodfellov.                                            dents?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       orgamzation      m Hamson                                                     Back then, frustrated
                  ably SImIlar soundmg                                                             planning a Sept 18 wed-                         Mary Jo returned home          staff as well
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       TownshIp        10    Macomb                                              Grosse Pointe parents were
                  name, performed a compli.                                                        dmg Mary Jo had looked                       after the weddmg, and WIth            I strongly urge the hbrary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       County       The     Hamson                                               pressed mto seTVlceto can.
                  cated operatIOn and man-                                                         forward to that date, but                   Mark read the 23rd Psalm           board to make every effort to 'Ibwnsmp group IS neither a
                  aged to save Mary Jo's vOice                                                     doctors told Mark the can-                  together, as they dId every        Implement the fact.finder's                                                                                    tact theIr school board mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       chapter nor a branch of the                                               bers, attend board meetIngs,
                  box Everyone was elated                                                          cer was progressmg rapidly. mght before she went to                            recommendatIOns so that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       DetroIt Goodfellows.                                                      and collect hundreds of sIg-
                  WIth the results                                                                 She returned home under                     sleep m her bed m the dIn.         the library staff may ultl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The       ongmal         Old                                           natures beggmg for the cre-
                      But 10 August 2003, when                                                     hospIce care 10 early June                  In room and he on the              mately have a faIr and eqUl-
                  Mary Jo was~ fors- rou. •
                  tme exam, hA.doc~;h8-
                  covered she had cancer In
                  both breasts Before she
                                                                                                   mer study abroad 10
                                                                                                   Europe, and the family
                                                                                                                                  ~avl'll       CO
                                                                                                                                               he tu

                                                                                                                                                        ill th    vrng r<6n'tAs i/lble .~ntrt
                                                                                                                                                                t the hgM:,~
                                                                                                                                                they would wave to each

                                                                                                                                                                                 m our area
                                                                                                                                                                                                      jnd oneit~at
                                                                                                                                                                                  comparable pubhc hbranes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           eWSboysl:,dfelllw ~d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         as foun
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         etrOit              i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         m 91~m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     day It IS com.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      posed of some 230 men and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 atIOn of advanced and accel-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 erated sectIons III sCience
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and SOCial studIes that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 would help theIr acadenu-
                  could be operated for that,                                                      orchestrated a June wed-                        "They were such soul                     Constance Roberts women volunteers from all                                                          cally gifted, but baSically
                  they found the esophageal                                                        dmg ceremony                                mates," Chns smd                             Grosse Pointe Park walks of life who annually                                                        unchallenged mlddle-school-
                  cancer had returned and                                                              Chns went rnto action,                      Mary Jo dIed peacefully                                            raIse some $1 7 millIon                                                    ers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      through mllJor events and
                  ~pread to her chest, lymph                                                       and Grosse Pornte restau-                   In her home on the mornrng                                      Stand united
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      10dlVldual mml campaigns
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     These parents denounced
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the mJustlce of not allOWIng
                  nodes and liver                                                                  rants, flonsts, beauty                      of Tuesday, June 15
                      Even an emergency tra-                                                       salons, relatives and frIends                   "She never wanted any-        Th the Editor:                           The money IS used to pay                                               the dlstnct's bnghtest stu-
                  cheotomy m late 2003                                                             pitched m to arrange m                      one to be afraid," Chns                                                for Chnstmas gIft packages                                                 dents the opportunIty to
                                                                                                                                                                                      I have heard of nothmg contalmng warm clothIng,
                  couldn't Silence Mary Jo's                                                       four days a garden weddIng smd "She smd, 'I know I'm but "the homble treatment                                                                                                                learn dIfficult matenal and
                  Chnshan WItness At a                                                             at the MIller home, com.                    gomg to a better place m                                               books, candy, toys, dolls and                                              the chance to work hard
                                                                                                                                                                                 of the Iraqi pnsoners by other Items for some 40,000
                  Chnstmas party m 2003,                                                           plete With an archway of                        "I can't tell you how         Amen can          troops " The to 42,000 needy school chU-                                                          But the 1999 board knew
                  she sat m a small room off                                                       flowers                                     Important the support of          media have all but accused dren between the ages of 5                                                          better, dIdn't they, and man-
                  the mam party and talked                                                             Saturday, June 12, hke                  the churches, our fnends          PreSident Bush of perform- and 13                                                                              dated only what was best for
                                                                                                                                                and the people m the com- mg these aCts mmself                                                                                                   all by reaffirmmg that every
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In addItIon, the DetrOit                                               chIld's needs could be met
                                                                                                                   Fresh Health)                mumty was to us through              I feel that our preSident IS Goodfellows spend several
                                                                                                               Meals For Brea/ifast             these 16 months," Mark           no more responSible for thousands of dollars each                                                              through the dlstnct's gener-
                                                                                                                 Lunch and Dinner               said                             these acts than the mothers year to buy new shoes, pay                                                         al pohcy of dIfferentiatIOn
                                                                                                                                                   "I'm at peace It's been       of the soldiers who did them. for emergency dental work                                                            Ever Slllce then, one
                                                                                                                 Seattle Sutton's
                                                                                                              Healthy Eaung Pia                 awesome to hve It out           AllOWing for the fact that and                                                                                  might say, that It'S been one,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                prOVIde      summer                                             very long, very medIOcre
                                                                                                                      Includes                  through God's grace If thiS there are thousands ofnules campershlps                     and college
                                                                                                                   21 dehclou~                  would have happened             between Iraq and the WhIte scholarships for kIds.                                                               playmg field m the mIddle
                                                                                                                  meals a week                  seven years ago, we would       House, I don't see how any-                                                                                     schools The story's the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         For too many of them, the                                              same, only the names have
                                                                                                             (3 meals a di1y 7 d.l)~ a week     not be m the same place         one could or would hold our Goodfellows are the only
                                                                                                                                                today We would have been preSident responSIble Those source of Chnstmas cheer                                                                   been changed
                                                                                                                19603 Mack A\e.                                                                                                                                                                     Mandated       eqUIty and
                                                                                                              Grosse Pointe Woods               mad and angry We are at         who do are narrow-mmded they WIllhave thIS year
                                                                                                                         hl_..,_               peace There's a lot of           mtWIts                                                                                                          medlOcnty WIll always go
                                                                                                             BrOldslOllt " LHtrtSl~.                                                                                     This year marks the Old                                                hand 10 hand Only when
                                                                                                                 T.u." o~..... o.              heartache, but God has
                                                                                                                                                         )i;lld ....                   It IS my opmlOn that the Newsboys' Goodfellow Fund
                                                                                                                                               given us the strength to         people who committed those of DetrOit's 90th anmver-                                                            the Grosse Po1Ote School
                                                                                                                                 313.642.1800  deal WIth this"                  acts should be tned and con- sary Over the years, as for-                                                       Board and the state of
                                                                                                                                                   Ben Burns of the City of     VIctedof the cnme and pun- mer members moved out to                                                             Michigan Leglslat,.IIc under-
                                                                                                                                               Grosse Pomte IS a professor Ished to the extent of milI- the suburbs and beyond,                                                                 stand thiS, can thmgs start
                                                                                                                                               In the Journalzsm program        tary law If that means a other groups "borrowed" the                                                           to change for the better.
                                                                                                                                              at Wayne State UnIverSIty         death penalty then let It be name for their Chnstmas                                                                In the meantime Grosse
                                                                                                                                              He can be reached at              so Don't we have enough chanty                                                                                 Po1Ot,e    voters have an oppor.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  campaIgns       The                                          tunlty to elect mdlVlduals
                                                                                                                                              burnsben@Comcast Mt or by pervert!. to deal WIth as It IS name IS III the public
                                                                                                                                              phone at (313) 882-2810           and It would show that some domam                                                                              who have the WIsdom and
                                                                                                                                                                                of us Amencans do have                                                                                         foreSight to base thelr decI-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In closmg, we would lIke                                              sions not on "Ievehng" the
                                                                                                                                                        See related             morals                               to repeat to our contnbutors
                                                                                                                                                                                     I do, however, feel that the and your readers that the                                                    field for all, but on pushmg
                                                                                                                                                          obituary,             media are slanted and bemg Detroit Goodfellows' 1fllpec-                                                       the hmlts everywhere to
                                                                                                                                                                                corrupted by the Side that cable reputatIOn, like that of                                                      truly prOVIdehIgh academiC
                                                                                                                                                         page 12A.              ",,11 benefit by such erro- the Independent                                                                    challenge for all Grosse
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Grosse                                           POInte students, yes, even
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Pomte Goodfellows orgam.                                                 the bnght, nch ones
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      zahons, remains mtact The                                                              Susan McCarthy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      DetrOit Old Newsboys have                                                      Former Grosse Pointe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     both federal and state char-                                                       parent and resident
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Itable tax waivers          Our                                                                        ot13 years
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     books are audIted annually                                                                       Edina, Minn.

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                24A    Har erWoods                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Grosse Pointe News

                 Classic cars on display during annual show
               By Jennie Miller
               Stan Wnter                                                                                                       "It's been a hfelong hobb) of can do 1>0 the morning of the event
                 Johnston Park wIll host a tIme                                                                              mine," Poynter saId "I've grown up at a co!>t f $15 TrophIes and dash
              warp next Sunday, June 27, when                                                                                WIth the cars There has always plaques will be awarded, 10 addl-
              the Harper Woods Dads Club                                                                                     been a Hudson In the family since hon to the five-foot tall annual
              holds Its annual classIc car and                                                                               that hme"                              Mayor's ChOIceaward
              truck show                                                                                                       Poynter's 1942 Hudson convert-
                 More than 150 cars from the                                                                                Ible IS currently In storage, but
              1930s up to the 1980s Will be on                                                                              he's been seen behind the wheel In
              dIsplay between 8 a m and 3 30                                                                                numerous community parades and
                                                                                                                                                                         Harper Woods Mayor Kelt
              pm                                                                                                            at car shows                              Poynter IS widely-know II as a
                In Its 17th year, the clasSICcar                                                                               LIke Poynter, Barnes enJoys                Hudsotl Motor Car Co
             show serves as a fundralser for the                                                                            meeting other car enthUSIasts and          enthUSiast HIS father, Omar,
             Dads Club, but also a way for area                                                                             checkmg out their ndes at the             began workmg for the compa-
             resIdents to mmgle and show off                                                                                shows
             theIr pnzed vehicles                                                                                              "I enJoy seeing the dIfferent            ny In 1926 as a body plant
                Interest In claSSICcars IS one                                                                              ktnds of cars - It's interesting to       foreman, supen11sor and pro-
            shared by many community mem-                                                                                  see the vanetles that people hke             ductIOn worker A Hudson
            bers, some of whom have consid-                                                                                and how much work they put Into              car has always been 11l the
            ered It a hobby all their hves                                                                                 them," Barnes saId
                                                                                                                                                                        Poynter family ever since
                Event organlzerTtm Former has        Harper Wooda Mayor Ken Poynter cherishes his 1942 Hudson                  But what IS the appeal of these
            a 1967 Mercury Cougar he plans convertible. While it is currently In storage. Poynter has been old automobtles') Accordmg to                             Poynter also has an e:J..tenslve
            to brmg to the show.                  Been behind the wheel at numerous commUDity evenu IUld car Poynter, claSSICcars represent a                        collectIOn of Hudson memora-
               "I've been a car nut Since I was a shows.                                                                  time of slmphClty, of getting one's           bilia, wlllch he displays at
            ktd,"he said, calling hiS car a "toy" particular model It was always                                          hands dIrty, and of nostalgia
               Doug Barnes chenshes hIS 1961 one of my favon tes "                     end "I look for somethmg that          "Cars were deSIgned so dIffer-
                                                                                                                                                                       antique cnr gatherl1lgs, and
            Chevy Impala 88, a restored car                                            appeals to me - someth1Ogflashy,                                              plans to lend to museums. He
                                                    Barnes takes hIS Impala to car but also cars that are kept ongl- ently back then that you could
            he personally selected five years shows a couple times a month dur-                                           actually tell them apart and you           writes a claSSICcar column In
           ago                                                                         nal "                              could tinker WIth them," Poynter
                                                  mg the summer, mcludIng Harper         Poynter IS WIdelyknown for lus saJd "You could actually be your             the White Triangle News and
               "I've always been Interested In Woods,and ISproud ofhavmg won                                                                                          IS a foundl1lg member of the
           cars since I was a ktd," Barnes the Mayor's ChOIceAward m 2003.             faSCInatIon for claSSIC cars, more own mechanICand work under the
           saJd "r deCIded to get one of my                                            speCIfically, for Hudsons HIS hood, tuning It up or developing                   Hudson-Essex- Terraplane
                                                    "Every year 1 get to pick the car
           own when I could afford It I went I like the best,~ Mayor Ken father, Omar, worked for the more horsepower WIthIt "                                              Hlstoncal Socletll
           to restoratIOn shops to find thiS Poynter said, eXCited thIS week. Hudson Motor Car Co 10 DetroIt,
                                                                       for                                                    To many, the cars bnng back
                                                                                      begInnmg 10 1926                    happy memones of youth
                                                                                                                                             "There are people
                                                                                                                                          lIke me whose roots
                                                                                                                                          can be traced back to
                                                                                                                                         a parent or grandpar-
                                                                                                                                         ent who worked 10 the
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Beacon readers
                                                                                                                                         "Everybody has theIr
                                                                                                                                         own httle story as to                                       enjoy luxurious
                                                                                                                                         why they love these
                                                                                                                                         cars Maybe grandpa
                                                                                                                                         had a Ford T-Blrd 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                     morning ride
                                                                                          Beacon Elementary students were                1955 and he took me
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                                                                                Photo courtesy   or Ellen Bowen

       Outstanding                         choir singer
          .Katherine SulUvan Is the wiDner of the Dr. Leonard Riccinto Outstand-
       ing Musician Award for the Grosse Pointe South Cboir.                                                                                                                     Photo   alurtelJ)'   of   Ellen Bowen
          suWvan is above accepting the award from Riccinto.
          SulUvan sang a classical musical selecdon and sightnlad as weD as                                           Choir achiever
       answered musical quesdons from three Judges, RJccinto, Mandy Scott and                                            Na4la Harris is the winner of the Gertrude Meyer Carey Interlochen Schol-
      Jed Scott, to be selected as the outstanding mualcian from the senior                                           arship for 2004.
       choir class at South,
                                                                                                                        Above. Cheryl Meyer of Grosse Pointe Park presents the plaque repre-
         suWvan was president of the South Choir and was known for her per-                                           sendng the $1,000 award presented to Banis,
      formance as Reno in South'. 2004 producdon of Cole Porter's "Anything                                             Gertrude Meyer Carey, a loyal South Choir Booster member for many
      Goes," She 18an bonor student and a member of the Nadonal Honor Socl-                                           years, began the tradldon of giving annually $1.000 for choir costumes and
      ety, Tri M Internadonal Music Honorary and Pointe Players Thespian                                              uniforms and $1,000 for a talented student from the South choir to attend
      Group No. 49.
                                                                                                                      the Interlochen Summer Music Program. After Meyer'. passing, her daugh-
         She will attend the University of Michigan in the fall,                                                      ters Cheryl Meyer and Marilyn Meyer DiLoreto both graduates of Grosse
         Riccinto has a doctorate in Music from Michigan State University and 18                                      Pointe High. continued the scholarship, In the name of their mother,
      c1l1'1'eDtly rofessor of choral music and music educadon at Eastern Michi-                                        Harris, mezzo soprano, will attend Interlochen Arts Academy's eight-week
      gan University. He was the music director at South and Pierce Middle                                            summer session. She will study voice and sing in the choirs and will per-
      Schooi in the 19708 and has conducted at Carnegie ~          New York City.
         "It 1s an Ilonor;to have Dr, Ricclnto return to SOu1.... mune the out-
      standin& musician from each class," choir director EDen Bowen said.                                                         ,
                                                                                                                      form In the Pointe Singers In the fall.
                                                                                                                        Harris is ~ daughter of Harry and Christine Harris of Grosse Pointe City.

  Contract of successful
  South girls hockey coach
  may not be renewed                                                                                                     We Need Room !
  By Carrie Cunningham
      It takes motIvatIOnal abil-
                                        SIder Its posItion A great
                                       bulk of the team and par-
                                       ents who favor Fox were at
                                                                          Fox but also does not want
                                                                          to blame the girls who made
                                                                          complamts She wants to
                                                                                                                               FOR NEW INVENTORY
   Ity, dnve, humamty, knowl-          the meeting, and they all

                                                                                                                                        est Discounts
                                                                          salvage the umty of the
   edge and the skIll to develop       VOIced how many contnbu-           team
  and nurture talent to be a           tlons Fox has made to the             Team member Ameha
  great coach, and Grosse              hockey program at South            Altavena echoed Stanek's
  POinte South GIrls Hockey               In phone intervIews, team       sentiments that Fox could
  coach Bill Fox has all of           members descnbed how Fox            sometimes show a hard SIde,
  these quahtles. players say         helped them grow as hockey         but that thIS quality IS part
     Unfortunately,    some of        players     and as young           of hiS coachmg way
  these elements In Fox's per         women                                 "I don't thmk what he has

                                                                                                                                              91 Years
  sona, In partIcular a strong           "I think he teaches us a        done has been anythmg
 dnve, has caused problems            lot," said team member             other than coaching He's
 on the hockey team                   Shaml      Entenman       "I've    never attacked any of the
     Due to complaints, the          learned more from him than          girls personally A lot of It IS
 Grosse POinte Pubhc School          any other hockey coach"             to become a better hockey
 System has stated In 11 let-            "He helped Wlth develop-        player," she said
 ter to hockey paren ts that         ment on and off the ICe He             Team members ~ald they
 they ~ant to go 10 a dIffer-
 ent dIrectIOn from Fox's
                                     helped me as a student 10
                                     school He's great:         saId
                                                                         have heard there mIght be a
                                                                         closed meeting held between
                                                                                                                                                                           Thurs. 24th
 coaching                            team       member        Megan      parents, girl!. and the school
     Fox was mformed on              McCaughey                           board to dISCUSSthe Issue                                                                          9:30 - 7:30
 Fnday, June 4, by Matt                  Lauren Stanek, the team         Supermtendent        Suzanne
Outlaw, assIstant pnnclpal
for athletlCq at South, and
                                    captam for the 2003.04
                                    year, qaJd her team's coach-
                                                                         Klem, ,~ho Wlll ultimately,                                                                       Friday 25th
                                                                        deCIde thIS Issue, was not
Larry Lobert dlrect<>r of
human reqourceq for the dls-
                                    109 qtaff Iq the best ,he
                                    knows of She saId Fox's
                                                                        avaIlable for comment Fox                                                                           9:30 - 6:00
                                                                        alqo dId not comment
tnct, that they WlII qeek a
new coach for the commg
                                    style could sometimes be
                                    tough, but thIS manner was
                                                                            The crux of the Isque
                                                                        seems to be whether Fox's
                                                                                                                                                                            Sat. 26th
year They aqked Fox to              all part of hIS quccessfuJ
resIgn, and he qald he              method, one that garnered
                                                                        numerou. plusseq as a coach
                                                                        outweIgh the d,qSenqlOn on
                                                                                                                                                                            9:30 - 5:00
wouldn't                            qtate tltJeq In five of the laqt
    Fox haq man) quppoTterq,
and they let It be known at a
                                    seven yearq
                                        "The coach I~ meant to be
                                                                        the team aq a result of the
                                                                        complaints                                                                                          OPEN
                                                                           [,obert qald the dlqtnct
Monday, ,June 14 qchool
board meeting that thf'y
                                    a coach not a fnend, not a
                                    dad" qhe qatd
                                                                        would like to hnng In a new
                                                                        person to repaIr the eXlqtmg
want the dlstnct to recon.              Stanek ~ald she supports        nit                                                                                                JUNE 27th
North junior to attend FTE Leaders program                                                                        '
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   .John Bremer, a Jumor al Gro'{.'l('
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June 27 to July 4 2004
                                                                                   O                                                                        21435 Mack Avenue
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    18A                          Schools                                                                                                                                                                    June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Grosse Pointe News

    North freshmen exatnine l\-laI"S via photograph
    By Carrie Cunningham               Island reSIdes m the upper          Mars the students             exam-
    Staff Wnter                        half of the pIcture that was med             Mars IS known              to
       Grosse      Pomte      North    formed      from a         flow of haH' a crater, not pIctured
    HIgh School students        have   water The right portIOn of m the photograph,                      larger
    gone where         no one has      It has a dlst1Oct, sharp out- than           the Earth's         Grand
    before                             Ime where water did not Canyon
       Freshmen          m     ArdIs   reach the surface            of the    "It's really mterestmg,"
    MacIOlek's       Earth   sCIence planet Smaller, softer hIlls ;,ald                 student            Kate
    class are one of 140 schools       are 10 the bottom TIght SIde Zememck
    natlOnwlde       to receIve      a of the photograph             These    Students        learned        the
    photograph      of a portIOn of hJ1ls were soaked m water              \sluable     benefits of team-
    Mars from NASA that was glvmg                  them       a smooth     work 10 theIr exammatlOn
    heretofore      unseen     They    appearance                          of the photograph              They
    exammed       the quahtJes      of    Students        learned      how created four teams one, to                                                                                                                     Phow by NASA
    the planet V1a the photo-          water     on Mars probably          IdentJfy     features,      two to           Grone Pointe North High School freshmen In ArcUs Maciolek's Earth science
    graph and made a report            oTlgInated       from the melt-     perform a geolOgIcal study                 clus eumJned a photograph of a portion of Mars, pictured above. They looked
    that W1ll be pubhshed In an Ing of Ice from the planet's               II1vestJgatlOn        to answer            at how the Bow of water shaped the surface of the planet.
    onhne SCIence Journal out mner cores The planet has que;,t!ons IIke where water
    of        ArIzona          State   smce      cooled      down \\ Ith flow orIgInated,          three, to         Sible                                 from NASA, and Fisher                    a     class    room       WIth
    Umverslty                          frozen water strewn across          look at the craters          on the          "She's    one of the best          and fellow student          Kate         (MaCIOlek) telhng us what
       "We got to see Mars up the               vaned         landscape    planet, and lastly, to mea-               teachers I've ever had She            Jurcak sent the space orga-              to write    down,"     Jurcak
    close You see It m mOVIes, GeolOgIsts don't know why sure the charactenstlcs                               of    knows what she's talkmg               mzatlOn     findmgs      of labs         saId
    but you're finally seemg It Mars warmed up, but they                   the planet                                about," Zememck saId                  they undertook      exammmg                 Some of the students      m
    m real hfe," saId student          beheve      hfe forms         could    Durmg        theIr      focused           While MaCIOlek's exper-            Issues such as the absorp-               the project want to contm-
    RobbIe FIsher                      eXIst wlthm Ice on the sur- study, they partIcIpated                    m     tlse and enthUSiasm         were      tlOn of light and the heat.              ue their study of astrono.
       The photograph,        whIch    face of the planet                  a conference call WIth a SCI-             essential,     students   In the      mg of water.                             my The ongInahty        of the
    students called Donald and            Another feature of Mars          entIst      named        Barnaby          Earth      sCience class stdl            EngagIng     m projects and           Mars photograph     project IS
    Mickey because parts of It shown m the photograph                      Watson from Anzona State                  had to prove to NASA that             perfonnmg      hke real seien-           somethmg    they WIll cher-
    look IIke a duck, reveals          18 craters     There appear to Umverslty                                      they were skIlled enough to           tlsts accelerates      learnmg           Ish
    many fascmatmg         features    be about        a half       dozen     Students     credIt MaCIolek           look at the photograph                and IS a lot of fun, students               "How many      times    can
    of Mars A large tear drop craters              m the sh ver of for makmg the project pos-                        They had to answer ques-              and MaCIOlek saId                        you look at Mars and be
                                                                                                                     tlons submItted         to them          "It wasn't Just slttmg m              pubhshed?"smd     Jurcak

     South Mother's Club awards
     scho larships
       The Mother's Club of Grone Pointe South High School awarded 52 schol-
     anhips to graduating seniors at a special awards ceremony Thursday. May
     13. Some of the winDers of scholarships are pictured above.
        T1ae lIatber's ClIihnlsetl faDd through various events throughout the year.
     The profits support scholarship, enrichment and preservation at South.
        The Mother's Club presented scholarships to: Kelsey CoDlns, MeUssa Lave-
     ly. Brett Taylor Reed, Megan ZAranek, Sara Swenson, Lucas Coffman, Christi-
     na Jacov:ides, Kelly JelllliDgs, Grace Mubaj. Allison Ambrozy, Mi::hael
     Mall1nger. Rose Umiel. Kirk WiUmarth, Nicholas Andrew, Kriltin Inger.
     IlatthewJohnson, MerecUthSCheiwe, Megan Van Camp, Ben Jenzen. Waseem
     Kaebati, Katherine Moran, Ryan Wagner, Molly Burns. Emma Kened, Alezan-
     dra PloD1r.a.Sarah SCully. Patrick Burke, Scott Jarboe. Anne MacKenzie,
     Julia Opie, Tim Muer, Hayley Soltesz. Richard Zuidema. Derek Alderman and
     Blerta Jalr.upi.
       The Mather's Club Is honored that the fonowing Grosse Pointe community
     organiAtiona particlapte In the annual scholarship program:                                                      University Liggett School
       Alpha Delta Kappa, teaching sorority presented a scholarship to EmDy Bas-
      Michael Snook was the recipient of the American Legion Post No. 303                                             graduation
    Scholanhip.                                                                                                          On Tuesday. June 8, Univerlsty Liggett SChool held commencement cere-
      The Assistance League to the Northeast Guidance Ceneter Volunteer Award                                         monies for the Class of 2004. It was a humid but lovely night as 61 gradu-
    was presented to Harrison Galac.                                                                                  ates graced the stage and inspired onlookers. The class Is pictured above.
      Two Athletic Booster Scholarships were awarded to Megan Switalski and                                           The commencement, coming at the close of the school's 125th year. boast.
    Doug1aa Blake.                                                                                                    ed many students receiving special honors and inspiring remarks. The class
      The Groue Pointe Board of Realtors awarded a scholarship to Olga Filip-                                         received $1.760.000 In merit scholarships.
    pova.                                                                                                               An Invocation was made by Daniel LaLonde while remarks were given by
      Delta Kappa Gamma teaching sorority awarded a scholarship to Rachel                                             valecUctorian Leanne LawweUand elected speaker Joanna MUler.The bene-
    Johnson.                                                                                                          cUction was made by Katherine Andrecovich,
      The Grosse Pointe Women's Club A<:!hievementAward was presented to                                                The tunes woven throughout the ceremony were .Pomp and Circum.
    Kelsey Feucht.                                                                                                    stance," "Summertime." "Fields of Gold," "If I Could Change the World,"
      The GrolIse Pointe Sunrise Rotary presented scholarships to Mallory Miller                                      and "Trumpet Tune."
    and Bradley Johnson.
      The foUowingatudents received memorial scolarships:
      The Alice Kelly McKee Scholarships were presented to Lindsey Vickers.
      Two scholarships In memory of Jeffrey BalBO were awarded to Sarah Shook
    and Marcos Bonafede, and Casey Scavone and Alexander Boikoz were award-
    ed scholarships In memory of Eric Rentenbacj.
                                                                                                                    Grosse Pointe Youth Summit
      JuUanna Burrows was awarded the Margaret Pankhurst Memorial Art
    Scholarship and Eisida Konaltciu was the recipient of the Robert R. Rathbun
    Memorial Art SCholarship
                                                                                                                    cultivates student leaders
                                                                                                                     By Carrie Cunningham                  takmg       a New DIrectIOn,            groups W1thm the schools
                                                                                                                     StaffWnter                            whIch promotes fun actIVIties            SummIt        members         teach
                                                                                                                         The Gro~se Pomte Youth            that don't lOvolve drugs or              groups how to present them-
                                                                                                                     SummIt       beheves    a leader      alcohol STAND plans partIes              selves lo a favorable fashIon
                                                                                                                     reslde~ In every chIld                and even!.~ where students               when they apply for money
                                                                                                                         The group, ~pearheaded by         WIll have a good expenence                  Lastly, the group ha'l par.
                                                                                                                    a      Gros'le    Pomte      Youth     The Youth Summit 10Stltuted             tlnpated lo a NatIonal Team
                                                                                                                    Leadership         SubcommIttee        a pIlot program of STAND at              LeadershIp      Conference that
                                                                                                                    run by parent Patty Steele,            Brownell MIddle School                   has orcurred        all over the
                                                                                                                    promote'l actlVlhe« that Wlll             Second, the group runs a             country Two years ago, II was
                                                                                                                    cultIVate leaders and nurture         bully prevention program for             at      DetrOIt's     Renal'l~anCe
                                                                                                                    mutual re<lpect among 'ltu-           elementary studen!.'l Kefgen             Center The conference looks
                                                                                                                    dents                                  thmk'l thl'l I~ one of the moat         at bUlldmg leaders one chJ1d
                                                                                                                        ThP group has eXlsted for         Important actlVltle'l the group          ata time
                                                                                                                    'II X year'l     and    fluctuate'l   'lponsors, reach10g kIds at                  Steele who ha'l contnbuted
                                                                                                                    betwPen IO and 1') mpmbers            thl_ age-level Wlll thwart dls-          much to the group, WIll retire

x                                                                                                                   every year It mPets the fiT'lt
                                                                                                                    Monday of every month at
                                                                                                                    Barne'l Elementary School
                                                                                                                        "I really thmk we are mak-
                                                                                                                                                          rl''lpectful    attItudes
                                                                                                                                                          they can 'lohdlfy 10 later
                                                                                                                                                              A.~part of an antl-bull)1ng
                                                                                                                                                                                          before   at the end ofthl'l year, and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                   entIty 1'1 lookmg for another
                                                                                                                                                                                                   leader to keep It ahve
                                                                                                                                                                                                       A.'l~I'ltmg ~tuden!.'l to act In
                                                                                                                    109 a dIfference" 'lilld Calthn       ml"l'lage. It a play          a re'lpon'llble, ethIcal manner
                                                                                                                    Kefgen        a recl'nt     Gro'lse   ba'led on the W17.ard of Oz              1'1 a great       functIOn of the
                                                                                                                    POlnte South Hlgh &hool               that undeNCored            tolprance,    ~up      In Kefgen'.     opInion It
                                                                                                                    graduaw group ml'mhPr !Ind            and group membeT'l VI'llt ele-           IS a reO'l<lnall membeT'l of the
    Cheerful bicycling                                                                                              daughter of Steel!' "We're lay-
                                                                                                                    109 thp ~und        work for kld'l
                                                                                                                                                          mentary         'ltudent'l
                                                                                                                                                          Monday. 10 a row where they
                                                                                                                                                                                           three   'lChMI community 'lhould be
                                                                                                                                                                                                   mtel'E'sted m pre'!ervmg the
      Dozen. of Our Lady Star of the Sea students woke up a bit earlier to bicy-                                    to be l'E'ally cool and be lead-      talk aoollt treatmg fellow stu-          Youth SummIt
    cle to sebool on Wednesday. June 2 The good weather spurred bicycle                                             eN Ihem""lvp'l"                       den!.'l WIth dlgmty
    .mile •. From the left are first-grader Sarah Schem.b. her second-grade .is.                                        The      woup     hlt'l   heen        "We try and help them, and              To find out more about the
    ter Samantha and second.grade classmate Mackenzie Nadeau. They added                                            mvolved WIth four malO actIV'         'lay It 'I not nonnal to get hul-        group or to mqUlre about
    their wheels to the sea of bikes outside of the Grosse Pointe Woods sehoo1.                                     Itle'l                                hed " 'laJd Kefgen                       leadmg It, c!lll Patty StE'ele
                                                                                                                        Fm'lt, It began a program             A thIrd aIm l~ to aflSl~t 10         or C8Ithn Kefgen at (313)
                                                                                                                    called STANO, or Studen!.'l           grant wnt10g for ddl'erent               3430221
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                                                                                                  Ha_r_perWoods                                                                                                                                                                                  23A

 District takes next step to\Vard new bond issue
 By Jennie Miller                    them all to find what IS the         were to get yes votes Each         and old Not one school dls-                                          now undel1'tand," Danosky                                     would be difficult for the dJs.
 StaffWnter                          best course of action," said         optIOn has to stand com-           tnct employee was a part of                                          said "Some have turned                                        tnct to purchase the buIld-
    Perhaps the third time           FAC representative    DaVid          pletely on Its own This IS         thiS committee                                                       around 180 degrees "I thmk                                    mg, which ffilght not even be
  wIll prove to be the charm         Klen "The high school needs          what we agreed upon We                "It's a very powerful Citi-                                       that IS very powerful, and                                    available until late fall
 The Harper Woods Board of           a fair amount of work Just           thmk It's the nght thmg to         zens group that came to thiS                                         we have a better shot at It                                      "It seems like a Simple
  Education     reviewed the         puttmg a Band Aid on a 50-           do"                                conclUSlOn - It recogmzes                                            thIS tIme"                                                    solutIOn but It could go bad
  report    of the     Faclht)      year-old bUilding won't cor-             The school board agreed         thiS IS the nght thmg to do,"                                           Klen was one of those                                      real qUick,"Klen said.
 AdVISOryComffilttee at Its         red the problems There                and IS III the process of filing   Danosky said "They are try-                                          IlldiVlduals                                                     Klen mSlsts that the rec-
  meetmg on Tuesday, June           would still be so many               a preapphcatlon With the            mg to be good stewards of                                               "I walked mto tins thmg                                    ommendation created by the
  15, and took Its first step       thmgs untouched that are             Department of Treasurer,            the commumty's money"                                                thmkmg the last thmg that                                     FAC IS the best optIOn for
 toward pursumg a bond              likely to cause problems In          which would mean an elec-              Danosky also pomted out                                           I would recommend would                                       the distnct
 Issue In the amount of $34 5       the future The school bUlld-          tion Willbe held m the fall        that many of the committee                                           be to bulld a new school," he                                    "We took our time commg
 mllhon                             mg as It Sits IS well behmd              Admmlstrators     are also      members were adamantly                                               said "But lookmg at cost                                      up WIth the recommenda-
    For the third time In three     Its times So many repalrS            hopeful voters w111support          opposed to the prevIous                                              and Impact, I really thmk                                     tion," he saId The cOlllffilttee
 years, the dlstnct WIll be         need to be done that It does-        thiS bond, because have             bond Issues Through careful                                          It'S the best way to go."                                     held weekly meetmgB With
 askmg voters to approve the        n't make sense to put more           been long searchmg for              analYSIS of the dlstnct's                                               Kien added that the com-                                   an architect smce Its forma-
 fundmg of major renova-            than $10 millIOn mto that            funds to make these neces-          problems, they have come                                             mittee did discuss the option                                 tion m February "We under-
 tions to the school buildmgs.      school It would only cover           sary Improvements                   around and given their sup-                                          of acqUlnng the bUlldmg                                       stand that It WIll be difficult
 But thiS time, members of          the baSICrepairs and a few               If the dlstnct does not         port                                                                 which housed Lutheran                                         to present thiS bond propos-
 the committee inSiSt It'll         Improvements, but would do           comply With regulatIOns by             "Those people who were so                                         High School East, but It                                      al to the community; howev.
 have a different endmg             very little to Improve the           the Office of Cml RJghts by         aVidly agalDst It have sat on                                        would be too comphcated.                                      er, we truly feel that It IS the
    This new bond Issue calls       overall buildmg and ItS              December, state fundmg w111         thiS committee, and they                                             WIthout funds up front, It                                    best chOice"
 for Just over $3 ffillhon m        major structural problems"           be WIthheld Several months
 Improvements       to Beacon          Imtlally, the committee           ago, the OCR ISSUed hun-
 and Tyrone elementary
 schools and the constructIOn
 of a new high school. This
                                    was hopmg to present
                                    optIOns to the voters WIth
                                    three levels of mIllage rates
                                                                         dreds of CitatIOns to the dis-
                                                                         tnct, each of which IS bemg
                                                                         addressed m thiS bond pro-
                                                                                                                 Shortfall forces district
 would result In a ffilllage        and subsequent Improve-              posal
 Increase of 3 83
    While the FAC recogwzed
 that III preVlOUSelectIOns,
                                    ments to the schools But
                                    Klen said state law would
                                    not allow for tins kmd of
                                                                             "I'm very pleased WIth the
                                                                                                 of the
                                                                                                                 to dip into fund equity
 voters did not support the         electIOn                             Supenntendent               Dan         By Jennie Miller                                                  tratlve serVices, Harper Danosky Sald "We want to
 demol1t1on and reconstruc-            "We wanted to present             Danosky "I know It's gOlOg              Staff Wrrters                                                     Woods IS facmg a $300,000 (Impose) the least Impact
 tion of all school bUlldmgs,       optIOns to the voters but the        to be a big Job of the schools             School      dlstncts      III                                  shortfall next year.          on the least number of
 members still see It neces-        law firm winch creates the           and the supporters ofthls to            MIchigan are Slllglng a                                              With total revenues of kids."
 sary to do so at the high          ballot language told us that         convince the commumty"                  famlhar song as they once                                         $11 3 million and total          "The last thing we want
 school                             IS not an option," Klen said            This commIttee IS unique             again prepare         budgets                                     expenditures of $11 7 1Dl1- to do is affect the pro-
    "There are so many              "You cannot give chOices,            because It IS compnsed of 26            WIthout an mcrease m                                              bon, the dlstnct was m en. grams," Deaton agreed
 ophons, and we've debated          because what If all three            communIty members young                 state funding In Harper                                           SISmode Knowmg that the "Because Harper Woods IS
                                                                                                                 Woods, admImstrators are                                          least desirable option IS to so small, we don't have a
                                                                                                                 hopmg tillS IS the last year                                      cut programmg, the distnet lot of fluff There's no mid-
                                                                                                                 of an ongomg budgetary                                            has declded to dip IDto Its dle management or rods.
           POLICE AND FIRE BRIEFS                                                                                cnSlS                                                             fund eqUity,winch IS qUick- There ISll't anywhere else
                                                                                                                    "The budget we put                                             ly depleting as the difficult to cut, and It becomes very
                                     The teens sald they were            cards and a passport was                together thiS year IS reflec-                                     years contmue                 difficult We're trymg very
 Auto theft                        at the wrong house, but the           stolen from a green 2002                tive that thls IS the thIrd                                          "We still had to make hard to look elsewhere "
  A sliver 1992 Plymouth           man was not convmced and              Chevrolet S-10 on Thursday,             year 1D a row that the state                                      cuts,"     Danosky      said,   Deaton said It comes
Acclaun was stolen from a          went mSlde HIS Wife report-           June 17, between 3 30 and               IS not giVing us more                                             explammg that several down to the dJBtnet learn-
driveway sometlme between          ed that she had heard ham-            440 pm 1D the 19100 block               money,"                   saId                                    positions were combmed to mg to get along WIth less
Wednesday, June 15, at 9 30        menng sounds a few nun-               of Vermer There was dam-                Supenntendent             Dan                                     allow for cuts ID staffing money With two years of
P m. and Thursday, June 16,        utes before Upon further              age to the passenger Side               Danosky after the dlstnct's                                       The two elementary art !Dflatlon, a dlmmlBhmg
at6am.                             mvestigatIon, the man ros-            door lock                               board       of      education                                     teacher     posItions   were fund      equity,   and   no
                                   covered     hiS WIfe's 2002                          •                        approved the budget for                                           merged Illto one travelmg mcrease m state funding
Possession                         Chrysler Voyager had mmor
                                   damage to Its Igmhon, and a
                                                                           TIres and nms were
                                                                         stolen from a Jeep between
                                                                                                                 the 2004-05 school year
                                                                                                                    While     state    fundmg
                                                                                                                                                                                   pOSItion, as was the ele- ID Sight, these are difficult
                                                                                                                                                                                   mentary phYSical educa- times to say the least
of a stolen                        bnck was lymg on the front
                                   seat of the passenger Side
                                                                         Monday, Jrme 14, at 430
                                                                         pm and Tuesday, June 15,
                                                                                                                 remamed stagnant          thiS
                                                                                                                 year, retirement and health
                                                                                                                                                                                   tlon posItion                   "It's been a tough budget
                                                                                                                                                                                      "We're trymg as much as the last few years, and we
motor vehicle                        The man tned to follow
                                   the suspects southbormd on
                                                                         at 7'45 am m the 20300
                                                                         block of Beaconsfield Two
                                                                                                                 msurance costs are contm-
                                                                                                                 umg to mcrease Accordmg
                                                                                                                                                                                   poSSible not to cut class- have no reason to believe
                                                                                                                                                                                   room staff, but we ffilght we won't see the same
  A 16-year old DetrOIt            Beaconsfield to no avail One          car Jacks were left behmd               to Joan Deaton, the dls-                                          have to do that which Will thmg next year as well."
female was arrested  on            was on foot, and the other                                                    tnct's director of admtDlS-                                       mcrease       class   stzes,"
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             Jar pos      0 ora          Harper oods pollce were                      I e
 stolen motor vehicle                 flagged down on Wednesday          sparkles was stolen from an
     PolIce were notified of a June 16 at 1 15 a m by ~                  open garage m the 19500
 SUSpiCIOUS    vehicle by nelgh- reSident         reportmg         an    block of Woodmont some-
 bors, who noticed the 2004 attempted auto theft III the                 time between Sunday, June
 black Dodge Durango pull 19100 block of Woodcrest                        13, and Tuesday, June IS, at
 up and remaln Idle outside a The Ignition of hiS 2002                   6 25 pm The bike IS regis-
 home on Woodland Two Chrysler van was punched                           tered With the City of
 occupants later eXited the and Iymg on the floor of the                 Harper Woods.
 vehIcle and walked south- car Nothmg was mlssmg
 bormd on Crestland                                                        A bike was stolen from the
     When pohce approached                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Due" ......
                                                                         backyard of the 19400 block
 the Durango, ('On officer         Auto larceny                          of Washtenaw on Thursday,                                                                                                                                              EM'
 observed the IgnItIon lymg              Two alT bags were stolen        June 17, between 6 15 and
 on the passenger Side floor from a blue 2001 Ford F-150                 645pm                                                                                                                                              Sign&Go
 board and a butter kmfe Slt- on Monday, June                     14,                                                                                                                                             39 month ii11pIovee ....
 tmg III the center console between 6 30 a m and 3 30                      A bike parked on the Side                                                                                                                                                    "*,,Slll.l!ll5
 Upon further mvesbgat:Jon, p m The truck, parked m a                    of a house III the 20800 block
 police dIscovered the vehicle lot m the 19300 block of                  of Fleetwood was stolen on
 had been reported stolen out Venuer, had damage to the                  Thursday, June 17, between                                                                                                                                             2004 sebring
 of DetroIt The dnver, aJuve- passenger Side door lock                   5 30 and 8 30 P m The SIde
 mle, was arrested                                                       gate was left open
                                        A red 1982 BUIck Regal
Attempted                             was parked m a lot for two
                                      hours In the afternoon on          Larcenv
                                                                           Outdoor Ilghtmg      and
auto thefts                           Monday, June 14, when
                                      someone broke In The trunk         plants were stolen from a
     A Harper Woods reSIdent lock was punched, and the                   home III the 20800 block of
was concerned on Fnday, car radiO was mlsslllg The                       Beaufslt on Thursday, June
June 18, at 740 a m when perpetrator gamed access to                     17, between 8 a m and 8 50
he noticed two teenagers III the vehicle by pushmg down                  P m The homeowner report-
the dnveway of hiS home In the back seat                                 ed 10 stamless steel solar
the       19600      block      of                                       landscape hghts and three                2004 Jeep Uberty
Woodland                                                                 potted plants were mlssmg

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                                                                                                                                                                   Grosse Pointe News

      There is something for everyone in Nissan Quest
           'the .Nlssan ~uest IS com-                                                                 on the B-plllar w both open ment panel, the not knOWIng mounted bms, etc A col-
         pletely redesIgned for 2004
                                                                                                      and close them IS preferable exactly or even approxI- league who 1& a safety engt-
        and bUIlt at Nlssan's new
                                                                                                      to glVmg their handles a mately where the front end neel               at  Ford    Motor
        $143 bllhon manufactunng                                                                      yank
        faclhty In Canwn, MISS                                                                                                       of the mIni-van really was      Company commented that
                                                                                                         The power hft gate IS very     It's k10d ofhke that In the unsecured Items m open
           True to NI~san's current                                                                   neat, opemng Wlth only a Quest You aren't lost In bIDSare hkely w fly around
        reputatIOn for out-of-the-box                                                                 squeeze of the handle or by space, but agam that feelmg If the vehIcle IS In a crash
        styhng, the Quest IS swoopy
                                                                                                     punchmg the correct butwn of openness takes over And             Trymg to guess the pnce
        and futunshc, both on the                                                                    on the key fob It ISawkward In a utlhtanan vehicle hke of a test vehIcle IS always a
        outsIde and In Intenor fea-                                                                  w close
        tures hke the Instrument                                                                                                     thIS, that's hkely deSIrable gIeat contest Usually we
                                                                                                         WIth a reasonably eco- Put those kIds, or those are off by several thousand
        pod m the center of the tra-                                                                 nomlcal3 5-hter V-6 (around fnends of any age, In the dollars, that IS, we senously
        dItIonal Instrument panel                                                                    25 mIles per gallon hlgh- back seats, pop In theIr VIdeo underestImate
           It seems Nlssan IS takIng                                                                                                                                               ItS stIcker.
                                                                                                     way), the Quest otTers a of chOIce and off you all go WIth the Nlssan Quest, we
        the "m'm~ out of rmrn-van
                                                                                                     smooth and pleasant dnve For a sense of true luxury for wel e wrong 10 the other
        The new Quest IS bIgger have w grab a handle and and front-seat                  passenger
        than the earher model and pull that door down to shut must concentrate              on the Pretty      much what you up to three Ifi the thIrd row dIrectIOn Accordmg w the
                                                                                                     would expect The selhng seat, fold the second seats AutomotIve
        boasts one of the largest It, whIch takes some effort road                                                                                                                News    2004
        mtenors among front-dnve But once It IS nearly closed,           The dnver's SIde mIrror on pomts on a mIDI-van are less forward and stretch those Market Data Book, a well-
                                                                                                     hkely to be Its hIghway and legs dunng the mOVIe
        vehIcles m Its class It has the power system takes over the vehIcle we were dnvmg around-town                  performance
                                                                                                                                                                    equIpped Quest SE WIth
       braggtng      nghts     to the and completes the c10smg automatIcally          tIlted down                                      As WIth other hght trucks, antIlock brakes and sunroof
                                         and latchmg of the door      when the vehIcle was 10        and more about Its utJhtan- dnver's VISIbilItyIS an Issue runs $33,530 You can get
       WIdest opemng SIde doors -
       33.8 Inches - In the mlm-           On a recent afternoon, reverse This model mcluded an and comfort features                The combmatlon of shoulder mto a base model Quest for
       van farntly                       Tony WJ1hams, the verger at a backup warmng system             In tile latter, the Quest belts on rear seat safety $25,130
                                                                                                    excels or even exceeds belts, hIgh head restramts
          You'll sense that InSIde Chnst Church Cranbrook In that beeped to alert the dn- expectatIons                                                                Entertamment (OVD) sys-
       spaCIousness as soon as you Bloomfield HJlls and a long- ver of obstacles Immedlately                                        and the vanous pIllars hold- tems can add up to $1,900,
                                                                                                        One note about the dn- 109 the room In place com. dependmg on how many
       enter. There's head room, tIme car nut, helped us behind the num-van
       elbow room and leg room reconfigure seats and play                The dnver's seat moved VlDg expenence We felt an bme m a small forest of screens you choose
                                                                                                    honest-to-goodness deja vu rearYJew obstructions
       The two captam-style sec- WltIl some of the Quest gad- forward, closer to the steer- behmd the wheel                                                           The naVIgation system,
       ond row seats can be tipped getry We dIdn't get that Ing wheel, when tile 19t1It1on Anyone who drove the                        Let the dnver beware         WIth seven-lOch color dIS-
       forward to allow those In the thtrd row to wsappear, but was turned on, and It moved first Chevy Lumma APV                      ThIs model also had what play atop the IIlstrument
       tlurd row w enter and exit we were Impressed WIth the back at the end of a tnp One back around 1990 thought seemed lIke an unnecessary panel, runs another $2,000.
       gracefully The thIrd-row three             fold-down    VIdeo could easIly get used to thts                                  number of storage bms and The second-row captam's
                                                                                                    the expenence must be hke drawers There was one on chaIrs and fold-flat thIrd
       seats will fold flat and those screens, the WIreless head- kInd of seTVlce!
       m the second row do fold for- sets, the temperature and          A note about all the pJlotmg a space shlp The top of the Instrument panel seatmg row added $750 w
       ward but not IOto the floor. audIO controls for rear seat power-assisted              doors huge, steeply raked wmd- ahead of the steenng wheel the cost of the test vehIcle.
          Fear not The Quest folks and the many JUIceand Nlssan                spokesman      Fred shIeld, the enonnous hon- There were mlm-blDS under
      maxes out WIth 211 9 cubIC        cupholders                    StandIsh saId that whJle zontal space atop the Instru- the Instrument panel door-
      feet of cargo space, whtch           Tony pomted out the httle they are standard on the
      ought to be more than sun screens that can be upscale SE model and stan-
      enough room for all those pulled across sky hghts m dard/avaJlable on the SL,
      household        Improvement      the back. The power slmroof tile power funct:Jons can be
      Items that may be headed opemng IS huge, extendmg shut off VIa a SWItch above
     for a long rest In your base- over the legs of second row the mstrument pod
     ment Or that attracbve cafe passengers Its notched con-            He sald he turns off the
     table and chaIrs we saw trol allows tile dnver to open power and operates the rear
     advertIsed m a recent flIer,      It 10 preset stages, taIong door or hft gate manually
     WIth        some      assembly dIstractIng guesswork out of because hts garage has a low
     requIred noted In tmy type       sunroof operatIon              door
         Nlssan says that thIrd row       The Quest has a mmd of       The power doors do con-
    of seats folds and rotates Its own It IS preset to tmue to operate on theIr
    mto a storage well 10 the accommodate dnver                and own If they are actIvated by
    floor behInd It                   passengers m ways mclud- the key fob Turnmg the sys-
        The rear door opens Itself mg power doors shdmg SIde tem off VIa the button m the
    when        the     handle    IS doors that open and close van only affects them when
    squeezed It does not have themselves and an enter- they are manually opened
    an obstacle alert, so don't tamment system that offers and shut
    stand m front of It, or the not one but tlJree f1Jp-down           We almost prefer openmg
    door WIll gently push you screens for vlewmg your and clOSIng the shdmg Side
    away as It opens from the favonte OVDs Sorry, the doors by hand They move
    bottom The owner does first of them IS behmd the easIly If tIley are 111 the                      NlssaD went all-out with the Quest in an effort to get away from the bozy
                                      front row seats, so dnver power mode, usmg a button appearance that characterius many competing products.



    June 24,2004
    Grosse Pointe News
                                                                                                                                                      Schools                                                                  19A

      S1.Pauls' pillow creation makes goodness grow
    By Carrie Cunningham                       She said that havmg her                    Zaranek helped stItch the
     Staff Wrrter                              students     respect theIr par- creatIons together and pro-
        The kId!> sewed to show                ents evokes WIthIn her the VIded all the fabrIC from
     theIr gratitude        and affec-         love she has for her own JoAnn Fabncs                      The project
     tIOn                                      parents                                was very much student-
        Some 49 students of fifth-                "My         parents           are   authored, however
     grade     St     Paul    Catholic        deceased         If they honor             "I hked that they got to
     School        teacher        Betty       theIr parents.       It'S a way I plan, deSIgn and make pil-
     Zaranek      made pIllows for            can honor mme," she saId                lows themselves,"        Zarenek
    theIr parents        for mother's            A glonous       array of pil- s81d
    and father's        day Zaranek           lows was made by the stu-                  Zaranek         addItIOnally
    guIded them ~hrough              the      dents Some told their mom mtroduced                    plllow-makmg
    project      as part       of her         and dad they loved them                 to her daughter      Amy's girl
    InstructIon        on language            Students      drew flowers a'1d scout troop              at MonteIth
    arts and rehglOn                          pictures of their parents              Elementary      Some 19 girls
       Zaranek      helped students              One chIld made a pIllow             made 20 pIllows
    practIce     words related         to    m remembrance             of a god          For both sets of children,
    deSIgn and fashIon            They       mother       who passed        away     Zaranek     hopes the project
    learned      the word serger,            from cancer          The pIllow,        WIll open up doors of cre-
    whIch means sewmg, and                   whICh the student           gave to atIvIty It mIght spur chil-
   studied      the words fabnc              her uncle, the god mother's             dren to pursue some future
   and     IronIng       board     She       husband,        saId, "We wlll artIstIc              endeavor         And
   talked       about       deSigners        always remember           our famI- beSIdes, It IS an excltmg
   such as CalvIn Klem and                   ly angel"                               way to explore         emotions
   Ralph Lauren.                                 Another pillow expressed            and learmng         away from
       Perhaps      more essentIal          praIse      and sympathy           for mamstream        mstructlOn
   than learnmg the elements                good and bad haIr days                      Parents were very appre-
  offasluon       and Its language,         respectively                            CIative of Zarenek's       efforts,
   students          learned        the                                                                                                                                                               Phol.o by Carne   Cunningham
                                                The students         made 135 bemg glad that they wlll                      Betty Zaranek. a fifth-grade teacher at St. Paul catholic School. started a pD_
  Importance           of hononng           pillows      altogether      over a have a memento from theIr
  their parents         This pnncI-
                                                                                                                          low maldDg project for her ltudents. MOlt of the pillows llmDed decorations
                                            course of two t<l three days            chIldren's youth                      expressing love (or parents.
  pie of love IS called for In              dunng       class They used a               "1 got a lot of mce notes
  the 10 Commandments              and      mushn         front,     decorated      from parents     saYIng thIS IS          Notonety     from Zarenek's     as part of the St Paul's auc-    mterhnked      but    freemg
  IS a lesson Zaranek wants                 With crayoned messages              of a treasure,                            pillow-making      exercise was    tIOn                             cham of love, IS somethmg
                                                                                                     II keepsake,"
  to Impart to her students                 good feelmgs                            Zarenek saId                          so WIdespread         that  she       The emotlOns expreqsed        Zarenek IS proud of
                                                                                                                          entered    plllo\\ mstructlOn      on the pllIo'" s creatlnl:( an     "It ~nice: she saId

                                                                    A Celebration of
                                                                      Kindergartners at Monteith Ele-
                                                                    mentary     School celebrated       a
                                                                    Hawaiian outdoor day on Monday.
                                                                    June 7. Parents and famJUes were
                                                                    invited for a day of chalk drawing.
                                                                    face painting and creation of
                                                                   HawallD decorations.
                                                                      Left at the felitivities are par-
                                                                   ent Aline Riachi and her daughter
                                                                      Monteith community members
                                                                   (easted on pizza. Rice Krispie
                                                                   tteats and drlnJr.s &om cocunut
                                                                   containers. Tropical decorations
                                                                   like a palm tree graced the

 Pointer joins Teach for America
    Kan     Stander,    a former          responslblhty, strong cntlcal  2004 corps members, Stander
 Grosse Pomte Woods reSIdent             tlunkrng sInlls, the ablllty to WI1l partICIpate m Teach for
 and 1999 graduate of Grosse             mfluence and mobvate oth.       Amenca's mtellSlve five-week
 Pomte North HIgh School,                ers, and strong orgarnzatlOn-   summer trammg mstltute m
 has     JOined      Teach       for     a1 ablhty                      New York CIty She Wllllearn
 Amenca's         2004      corps           "TIns IS an amllZ1ng oppor- the overarchmg approach utl-
 Stander, who recently gradu-            tunIty for me," s81d Stander   hzed by successful teachers
 ated from the Umvel'Slty of             "I feel so fortunate   to have m low-mcome commUllltJes,
 Mlclugan Wlth a bachelor's              receIVed a wonderful educa-    teach ill a summer school pro-
 degree     m economICS, WIll            bon     from Grosse      Pomte gram, work WIth a faculty of
teach III Baltrmore as part of          North and U-M I have truly      expenenced      educators    and
the natIOnal movement             to    benefited from the hard work    partICIpate m numerous pro-
ehmlOate             educational        of several dedJcated teachers,  feSSIOnal development actlVl-
meqwty                                  as well as the uncondItional   bes      Once In Baltimore,
    Stander    Joms the 2004            support gIVen by my farmly 1    Stander    wlll continue     her
corps along Wlth nearly 1,750           reahze, however, that not all  professlOl}al       development
other recent college gradu-             cluldren are presented      Wlth
                                                                       and have access to Tea<.h for
ates, chosen       from 13,500          these Cll'CUnlstances, It has  Amenca's local trmnmg and
Teach for Amenca apphcants
                         become my goal to change support resources
Those selected were reqUIred
                         that."                                            Teach for Amenca IS the
to demonstrate        leadershIp
                            Before           headmg                to natlonal corps of outstandIng
ablhtles    a oenoe of pe!"'lonal
                         Baltimore         With her fellow             college graduates       who com-
                                                                       ffilt two years to tesch m low-
                                                                       mcome urban and rural com-
                                                                       rnumtles     and become life-
                                                                       long advocates
                                                                                             to expand
                                                                                         for chIldren
                                                                                                                          Maire and the March of Dimes
                                                                       Corps members go above and                           In March, the students at Maire Elementary read books aa a fundraiser for
                                                                      beyond tradItIOnal expecta-                         the March o( Dimes. The awards ceremony. announcing how much money
                                                                      tions to Impact the hves of                         was raised and how many books were read. was held on Wednesday. May 26.
                                                                      chlidren growmg up In low-                          This year. the students read over 8.000 books and raised over $6.100 (or
                                                                      Income commumtles          Beyond                   the March of Dimes,
                                                                      theIr two years, corps mem-                            The top readers are top from left to right: Matthew Kennedy, Patrick
                                                                      bers take theIr inSIght and                         TomHon, Carly Reno. Ted BerkowsJd, Katie Leigh Barbour and Avan Arora
                                                                      added        commItment         to                  (not pictured).
                                                                      assume leadershIp roles from                          The top earnen are below from the left: Mateja Kopcak, Zack Spanow,
                                                                      inSIde education        and from                    Jacob Malbouef, Noah BalamucJd. William TomHon and Kevin Dietz.
                                                                      every other sector - and                              This Is the seventh consecutive year that Maire haa participated in the
                                                                      "'ork toward the fundamen-                          March o( Dimes Reading Champions Since 1988, Maire has raised almost
                           Ph(lto rour1e"" of DIIIV1d ( It'viPland    tal change~ necessary to pro-                       $48.000 (or the organization.
                                                                                                                            The mission of the March of Dimes Is to improve the health of babies by
 North and South June                                                 Vlde more equal opportum-

  .                                                                   tl(U, for all children In our
                                                                                                                          preventing birth defects and Infant mortality, Triplets Grace. Hannah and
                                                                                                                          Jacob Caton helped celebrate Maire's contribution to the March of Dimes
Jazz                                                                      For more mformatlon
                                                                      Teach for Amenca
                                                                                                  go to
                                                                                                                          by attending the assembly These triplets were boru prematurely on May 6,
                                                                                                                          2001, and were saved thanks to the March of Dimes.
    On ThW'Sday,June 3, members of The Grone                          wwwteachfonnaE'nCIl        org
 Pointe North and Grosse Pointe South Jazz Band
 performed the opening concert for the lummer
 music series. KMusic on the Plaza. KThe event.
which runs through August 5 and features differ-                                                                                                        Tennis is easy to play. Meet new friends.
ent musical banda. la aponlOred by the Grone
Pointe Village A8IociatiOD.                                                                                                                             Learn new skills. Begin a lifetime of fun.
   The bandl played many jau; cluslcs and fea-                                                                                                       Call today to sign up. Who Knows? A little tun
tured IIOmeIIOlos atuclenta Angela Theta. John
Buda and James Abud.                                                                                                                                       could lead to a passion for the gamel
  At the culmination of the night North and
South musicianl played the IIOng.KTheSt. Loutl
Blues together. They are pictured above with

instructor David Cleveland conducting.
   ~I can't remember a year they've been 110 pol-
Ilhed and ao deep with talent, IllJd Cleveland. K

KBoth high IJChoolsare just outltanding. ~

  Cleveland Hid the event was one of the high                                                                                                               To Registt'r   Call:
points of the leason.
                                                                                                                                                                                          TENNIS Q FITNESS

          Grosse Pomter Donald
                                Pride of the Pointes                                                                                                                                                     June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                              Grosse Pointe News
                                          College with a Bachelor of tlal
       Badaczewski        graduated                                                                                       daughter    of John       and                                     Umverslty last November
                                          Arts degree In psychology                 Amy Radgowski, daugh- Cathenne Leverenz of the
       from the University         of                       •                                                                                                                Jenna          Zeller IS a freshman commu-
                                                                                 ter of Lawrence and Laura CIty of Grosse POinte, was
       VirgInia with a Bachelor of           Colin G. Utley of Grosse Radgowskl of the CIty of                                                                              Kathleen        mcatlOns major She'" the
       Arts degree m economics                                                                                            Inducted Into Mortar Board,                       McLeod      of daughter of MI~haeJ and
                                          Pomte Woods was named to Grosse Pomte, presented a
       He     Will    attend     the      thflo dp~n'~ hQt f0l" t~C' .~ l::.tcr P.l.vJ<-\..t L"L~~J                       a national honorary socletv                       thp r,tv nf ",1",...,::, ZC~!~1"
                                                                                                        L\ lor students       who have                        Grosse P~1nte
       Umverslty of Michigan Law          quarter of the Wemberg Sexing of Black-Capped
       School In the fall                                                                                                 demonstrated     outstanding                      was Inducted     Kathryn Leigh Thomas
                                          College of Arts and Sciences Chickadees' She graduated
                                                                                                                          leadership, scholarship and                       In        the of Grosse POinte Woods
                                          at Northwestern UniversIty In May WIth a major In bIOl- servIce
                                                                                                                                                                            NatIonal       graduated           from      the
                                                                                 ogy and rehgIous studIes                                •                                  Society     of Umverslty
         Wellesley W. Baun of                Several local students pre- She was also elected to                                                                                                            of Nebraska-
       Grosse Pomte Farms was                                                                                               Alexander      Heinen     of       McLeod      CollegIate      Lmcoln WIth a Bachelor of
                                         sented ongInal research or Sigma Xl                                              Grosse POinte Park was
       named to the NatIOnal             creative      projects dunng                                                                                                      Scholars    at SCIence degree In educatIOn
       Society    of     Collegiate                                                 EUzabeth Vogel, daugh- named to the AcademIC                            Central             MichIgan
                                         AlbIon College's annual ter of WIlham Vogel of the
                     Scholars, an                                                                                        Honor SocIety at Lynn              Umverslty She IS maJonng         Cars Creager of Grosse
                                         Elkm R Isaac Research CIty of Grosse Pomte, pre- Umverslty
                     organizatIon                                                                                                                           In Special educatIOn           Pomte Woods earned a
                                         SymposIUm held In Apnl                 sented a project tItled,
                     that     recog-     Shawn Maurer, daughter uHardenberg                          and Heme                                                              •               Bachelor of Arts degree In
                     nIzes     first-                                                                                       Maureen Ryan, daugh-              Margaret       Zelle..   of history         from      McGIll
                                         of John Maurer of Lake Two Views of Napoleomc ter of Elame and Jack Ryan
                     and second-         Onon and Susan Maurer of Influence                                                                                 Grosse Pomte Farms partiC- Umverslty            In    Montreal,
                                                                                                  on    Prusslan         of Grosse Pomte Park, a            Ipated In the annual Christ Quebec She IS the daughter
                     year under-         the City of Grosse Pomte, Soc1ety' She also graduated
                     graduate stu-                                                                                       teacher of SpanIsh at St           College            Freshman    of Ellen         Creager    and
                                         presented a project titled III May WIth a mllJor In h18- Cathenne School, receIVed a
                     dents      who     "Electrochemical Tunmg of tory                                                                                      ProductIOn at ValparaiSo Chnstopher Mengel.
                     excel acade-                                                                                        Fulbnght             Teachers
                                        Inorganic                                                                        Exchange ScholarshIp for
                     mIcally,      at
          Baun       George
                                        Doped Polymer Interfaces'
                                                                                   Two local students were study 1D Pachuca Hidalgo,
                                                                                honored at AlbIOn College's MeXICO, last                    fall   She
                                        Maurer, who graduated last annual Honors Convocation exchanged teachmg Jobs
                     Uruverslty         month, was also elected to Christina                          Anderson,
                      •                 the college's chapter of Phi daughter of DennIS and teacher from MeXlco. Ryan
                                                                                                                         WIth Sylvia Hernandez, a            Julianna Danielle         Restum, born May 17, 2004
        Anna Benson, daughter           Bets Kappa and Sigma Xl, a Nancy Anderson of the CIty earned her Bachelor of Arts                                                              Maternal grandparents are
      of Bruce and Lauren Benson                                                                                                                                     Tague             DaVId and Manan KmgwIll
                                        natIOnal honorary society of Grosse Pomte, was recog- degree and M E degree                                          ElIzabeth    and    Bnan of St Clair Shores, fonnerly
      of the CIty of Grosse POinte,     recognlzmg students With mzed for academIC excel-
      graduated      from    Hope                                                                                       from the Umverslty of Notre        Tague of the CIty of Grosse of Grosse Pomte Farms
                                        outstanding research poten- lence                    Lisa     Leverenz,         Dame                               Pomte are the parents of a Paternal grandparents are
                                                                                                                                                           daughter, Juhanna DanIelie Al and JIll Restum of
                                                                                                                                                           Tague, born March 31,2004   Hamson 'lbwnshlP, fonner-
                                                                                                                                                           Grandparents are Dr. Jean ly of Grosse Pomte Farms
                                                                                                                                                           MIJal-Puleo and Peppmo
                                                                     ,   ¥                                                                                 Puleo of Grosse Pomte         Benjamin Martin
                                                                                                                                                                Abigail Elise              Charles S Pentecost III
                                                                                                                                                                                         and SImona Pentecost of
                                                                                                                                                                  Walker                 Grosse POinte Farms are the
                                                                                                                                                              Paul and Beth Walker of parents of a son, BeIIJamin
                                                                                                                                                           Clarkston are the parents of MartIn Pentecost, born April
                                                                                                                                                           a daughter, AbIgaIl Ehse 19,2004
                                                                                                                                                           Walker, born May 13,2004        Maternal    grandparents
                                                                                                                                                           Maternal grandparents are are Manno and Gluhana
                                                                                                                                                           Randall and Arbutus Heller BlOrdl of Grosse Pomte
                                                                                                                                                           of Coldwater.                Woods
                                                                                                                                                              Paternal   grandparents      Paternal grandmother IS
                                                                                                                                                           are Walter and Joyce Walker Judith Pentecost of Grosse
                                                                                                                                                           of Grosse Pomte Woods        POInte Park Great-grand-
                                                                                                                                                                                        parents are MartIn and
                                                                                                                                                              Caroline McCall           Edna McKee of ~ Grosse
                                                                                                                                                                                        Pomte Woods
                                                                                                                                                          Kathryn     and    Robert
                                                                                                                                                       Peabody Jr of Grosse Pomte            Lillie Kaye
                                                                                                                                                       Farms are the parents of a             Harwood
                                                                                                                                                       daughter, CarolIne McCall        JulIe and Chns Harwood
                                                                                                                                                       Peabody, born May 7, 2004     of HIghland HeIghts, Ky,
                                                                                                                                                         Maternal     grandparents   are the parents of a daugh-
                                                                                                                                                       are Karyn WeIr of the CIty of ter, Lilhe Kaye Harwood,
                                                                                                                                                      Grosse      Pomte,     DebbIe born May 11, 2004
                                                                                                                                                      French of RapId RJver and         Maternal    grandparents
                                                                                                                                                      the late John French III       are Wendy and Jack Krauss
      Priends of the                       G.P. Library                                                                                                  Paternal    grandparents    of Liberty 'IbwnshIP, OhIO,
                                                                                                                                                      are Carole Peabody of and Bill and AngIe Pauly of
                                                                                                                                                      Grosse Pomte Woods and Clncmnatl
         The Frienda of the Grosse Pointe LIbrary elected three Dew membcn 011 Kay 24 at Ita annual recep-                                            the late Robert Peabody
      tion and meeting at the Groue Pointe War Memorial. New membcn are Kelly Boll. Howard BIll and                                                                                    Paternal    grandparents
      Elale Onychuk.                                                                                                                                                                 are Jack and 'fudl Harwood                /
        In the bact row. from left. are Robert Bradley. WI1Uam 8alot. Kelly Boll and Howard Bill. In the front.
                                                                                                                                                      Jack Simon Restum of Grosse Pomte Farms
      from left are Mary Beth Smith. president; Robert Hudson, vice praident; Kelly Fordan; Anna Dalby.                                                  Brad and Jane Restum of       Great-grandmother        IS
      secretary: and EWe ODyehuk. Not shown are Carol Gove. treuurer; John Ferracane; and Karen French.                                               Grosse POinte Woods are the Mary Maas Harwood of
                                                                                                                                                      parents of a son, Jack SImon Grosse Pomte Farms

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                                                                                                                                                                           -". ... III   u ........

                                                                                                                                                                                     ~                Ii",-

        GP Garden Center's annual tour is June 26-27
                                                                                                                      Photos by Robert McKean

                                                                                                                       The Augustine garden. at the left. is the cared for and tended by
                                                                                                                     Teme and Hal Augustine.
                                                                                                                       The Martin.Rahalm garden. below. is tended by Kelly Martin-
                                                                                                                     Rabaim. She often visit8 other gardena and other gardeners for
                                                                                                                     Ideas and advice.
                                                                                                                       The Boyle garden, below left, Is grauIese. Anne and Francis
                                                                                                                     Boyle planted pachysandra and annuals ..
                                                                                                                       Ttcket8 for the annual Groese Pointe Garden Center summer
                                                                                                                     garden tour are $12 In advance. $15 on tour day.,

   By Kathleen Peabodf                                          from a ConnectlcJt      relatIve,
   Special Wnter
                                                                   "If we don't hke the look of somethmg,
     The defimtlOn of a gardener, says                         we change It," Thme SaId It was spoken
  Webster, IS a person who works In or tends                   hke a true gardener. TheIr roses are m
  a garden for pleasure or profit Dunng the                    theIr thIrd locatIOn
   Grosse POInte Garden Center's 13th annu-

                                                                   ViSIt the Augustine garden and watch for
  al Summer Garden Tour, Vlsltors can see                      the blue-eyed grass, the Annabelle
  the results of the work done by the garden-                 hydrangea,       the newly planted weepmg ser-
  ers In 14 separate gardens   On Saturday                    pentme bIrch or the tn~olor beech, both
  and Sunday, June 26 and 27, from 10 a m                     lovely now and bound to be beauties as
  to 4 pm., you can meet and share Ideas                      they mature You1l sense the pnde and
  W1th those who work In theIr gardens for
                                                              satlsfactlOn the AugustInes exude m canng
                                                              for their own garden
        "We're the crew We work It, fertihze It,
    tend It,' sBld Theresa SelvaggIO, owner of
                                                                  There's not a blade of grass to be found
                                                              In the Boyle Garden In the CIty of Grosse
                                                                                                                                      WALTON PIERCE
    one of the gardens featured on the tour                  POInte Anne and FranCIS Boyle, who also
    She saId her prunIng IS restorative        "I have                                                                                            ~
                                                              keep their own garden, have a small                                                     IoIIIIIII;r   1.00

    a very busy Job dunng the day and beIng                  retreat WIth cutouts where pachysandra
    In the garden IS therapeutIc,"     she sBld              and BllDualS flounsh
       A good amount of SelvaggIO's tIme IS                       "I lIke to relax, put my feet up and read
    taken by the roses she tends each day 10                 a book," saId Anne Boyle as she explams
    her front yard The round beds contammg                   the favonte part of her garden
    Stella d'Oro IIhes, boxwood, Sibenan InS                      The Boyles have hved 10 the same loca-
    and roses were deSIgned by SelvaggIO WIth                tion for 12 years and have done most ofthe
   a rounded edge to offset the square hnes of               plantmg They also added the mcetles
   the house found m Grosse POInte Fanns                    found m a more mature settmg A large
       In the back yard, two sections Are dlVld-            mosaIc created by theIr son hangs on the
   ed by Iron gates A pool IS on one SIde, and              back of the garage
   a fonnal garden, perfect for enterta1Omg, IS                  "The large trees were here," FranCIS          ,
   on the other                                             Boyle saId He also enJoys gardenmg            They
       A101lg one Side IS her favonte part of the           have added trees such as a clImbing euony-
   yard - a wooden sW1ng, shady at any time                 mus and f10wenng plums whIch offer
   of day                                                   shadE' and cool the yard from the noonday
       Bnck 'Pa4hs separate the vanous gardens              sun
   from the entertammg        areas At the back of               Check out the Martm-Rahalm          Garden In
  the yard a 75.year old fountain         pIcked up        Grosse Pomte Woods for a look at a vanety
  by the owners dunng a recent antIque                     of perenmals and what you can do WIth a
  Jaunt, IS surrounded      by an attractIve               ,mailer yard Owner Kelly Martm-Rahalm
  hyacmth bean pole W1th purple beans and                  plans her garden for qeasonaJ color A plant
  sweet-poa-type     flowers                               called bear's breeches shows Its purple
      The Augustine Garden In Grosse POinte                flowers well Martm-Rahalm's            favonte
  Park beautIfully shows the t"'lIl put In by              plants are the red-hot poker and the bnght
  Its tenders Terne and Hal Augustme ongl-                 red hhes found on the garden's east SIde
  nally had theIr garden dE'slgned by a land-                   When aqked how long she's been garden-
  scape archItect \loho argued WIth them                   mg, Martm-Rahalm            qald she started slow-
  about what should be planted In theIr very               ly "I read lots of books, watching for the
  wet )ard                                                heIght and time of blooming penod for con-
      "He dIdn't want us to add tall grasses,             tlOual color,~ she s81d "That's wh) I also
  but we dId It anvwav~ Terne Augustine                   add annualq •
  SAid When a larg-e numbE'r of theIr yews                      Martm-RAhalm        alqo addq that she VISits
  died, the AUg'llqtmE'q dId their own                    other gardenq and qeeks Ideas from other
 researcb on what would work In a wet                     gardenerq A mce collectIOn of garden art,
 environment       What they ended up WIth IS             aq well aq a vE'getable garden, found Its
 a vanety of plAnts, treeq and sculptures                 way Into thlq lnVltmg, dehcate garden
 which trE' plf'Asmg And entIce VISItors to                    The Zada Garden on Lakeshore m
 qtay fOTa while                                          Groq,*, PomtR Shoreq lq known to many
     They also loqt a number of trees dunng- a            loea 1q a q the hou qe WIth the qpectacu 1ar
 "tornAdo" a few yearq ago                               Chnlltmas dIsplay of hghts And herald                                        Summer is officially here
     Now thp Auguqtmes qpend moqt                        angelq The same crew that qets up the
evenmg8 and weekC'nd, workmg m theIr
                                                                                                                            and so it's time for Lilly lovers to head to
                                                         hght dtqplay alqo doeq the g'ardenmg
 loveh rptrE'At And It showq                                   Standmg on thl' home'~ front porch and                        our Lilly Boutique, something for all ..
     Ano!hpr of TE'rne q favont<> plAce, lq              lookIng- out onto Lake 8t Clalr Vlsltorq see
undC'f thE' umhrella or 10 thE' WE'en chair'
                                                                                                                            Ladie .., Girls, Toddler .., Infants and Men.
                                                         a framl' of roqes and New GUInea Impa-
JUqt lookIng- ovpr her f:wont<> dapplE'd WIl-            t1('nq R""e Iltandardq add to the look of the                      Life, Lilly, and the pur~uit of happiness.
low and thI' beauty thAt they can claim llII             TOqegarden In the front yard
their o"'n ""nrk                                              EnU-'r the gIngko gate And find fountams
     Hal enJoys the npw perenmal garden,                                                                            (313) 882-8970'    17140 KERCHEVAL' GROSSE POINTE 'IN THE VILLAGE
                                                         qurroundmg          the qunken rose garden In the
complete Wlt), turtle sculptures       And rock,                                                                   HoURS MON THRU FRI 10.6,     THURS TILL 8, SAT 10-        5 30,   SUNDAY 12.4
                                                                             See GARDENS,         page 2B
       28                             Community                                                                                                                                         June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                  Grosse Pointe News

            A stitch in time saves staples, glue                                                                Detroit Yacht Club launches
               Whenever anybody who
            U.UWbJU~ d~K~ nl~
         t\...                    w ::.ew,
           I first coun t to 10
                                                because of my battle WIth
                                                the t1rowme patch 1 was
                                                determmed to sew on my
                                                                                 Familv Daze                    aggressive membership drive
                                                                                 Sy Debbre farmer
           and thmk back to a day m             daughter's badge, and so I                                         The DetrOIt Yacht Club        the premIer yacht club m         SOCIal calendar,"       saId
           the late 1990s, when my              SpIt on my fingertIps,                                          launched     an aggreSSIve       the country Components of        Garrett Myers, chmrman of
           daughter reeelved her                closed one eye and thread-                                      membership dnve as the           the long-range    strategIc      the     DYC's     StrategIc
           first Browme badge, called           ed the needle I concen-                                         second phase of Its long-        plan mclude mcreased mem-        Planmng Comrmttee
           a "Try-It ~ I dId what any           trated and tned to                                              range strategIc plan A goal      bershIp levels, mcreased           Myers saId, "Our mem-
           modern woman would do                remember how to make a                                          of 1,300 members by May          and enhanced actIVItIes for     bers are the most Important
           I congratulated her and              stItch Any stitch After                                         2005 has been set                members and refurbishment       part of our club We cannot
           then flipped It over to fmd          several tnes I realized                                            DYC members recently          of the DYC clubhouse and        contmue WIthout them, and
           the adhesIve stnp so I               that I wasn't dealing WIth                                      held a receptlon for prospec-    grounds                         we have determmed that
           could attach It onto her            Just ordmary embroIdered                                         tive members, where they           The     DYC     StrategIc      1,300 members 1li a healthy
           umform sash                         fabnc It was obVIously                                           showcased the 81-year-old        Plannmg CommIttee con-          and attamable number for
              "Mommy, what are you              specIal matenal made                                            clubhouse and amenIties,         sulted    WIth two other        us to reach
          domg?" my daughter saId               from bulletproof vests         my mgenUlty, untIl the
                                                                                                                along WIth more than 40          DetroIt-based pnvate clubs         Ultimately, we hope to
          "You have to sew It on "                 And the name "try-It"       patches started curlmg up
                                                                                                               commIttees       and    SOCIal    that went through SImIlar       reach 2,500 members In 10
              Sew It? At first I               dIdn't stand for encour-        at the comers and fallmg
                                                                                                               groups A specIal $100 inItI-      processes     the   DetrOIt     years The focus of our
          thought she was kIddmg               agement at all It was           off I knew that Just as
                                                                                                               atIOn fee for Actlve ~neral      AthletIc    Club and the         growth IS on non-boaters,
          Real panIC set m when I              more of a dare aImed at         soon as my daughter wore
                                                                                                               (social) memberships        IS   DetrOIt Golf Club                partIcularly families who
          realIzed she wasn't                  the mothers, as m "you          her umform m public, the
                                                                                                               offered, whIch IS a $900 sav-       "The StrategIc Planmng        WIllfind the DYC attractIve
              Let me Just say that I           WIllnever be able to sew        word would be out on the        Ings
                                                                               street that I was severely                                       CommIttee has met for more       because of the WIde range of
          am the type of person                thIS onto your daughter's                                           "The DetroIt Yacht Club      than 3,000 hours over the        actIVItIes and the umque
          whose seWIng kIt contams             BrownIe sash no matter          domestlcally challenged,
                                                                                                               has been a part of DetroIt's     last three years reVIeWIng              and
                                                                                                                                                                                 SOCIal busrness network-
          a bunch of dull pms, some            what you do Go ahead,           and It was truly a mIracle
                                                                                                               hIStory for over 135 years       our strengths, weaknesses        Ing opportumtIes "
          dental floss and a stapler           sucker, try-It"                 I'd made It as far along m
                                                                                                               We are proud to announce         and opportumtles In order
          I acqUIred my only domes-                About an hour later my      the world as I had
                                                                                                               the plans for our contInued      for the DYC to grow and           InformatIOn     may    be
          tIC trammg m the home                eyes were watenng, and             At the next BrownIe          success to our communIty,"       thnve, we need to mcrease       obtamed     by contacting
          economIcs class that I was           all of my Important fin-       meetmg, I was stunned to         saId     DYC Commodore           our     membershIp     rolls,   membership         dIrector
         forced to take m hIgh                 gers were wrapped in           fmd out most of the moth-        Robert Hommel                    restore our beautIful club-     Rosemary 1bkatlIan at (313)
         school - because the art              Band-AIds, but I had           ers apparently had the              After more than tbree         house, Improve the overall      824-1200, extensIOn 233, or
         classes were full                     finally attached the patch     same kInd of home eco-           years of plannmg, the DYC        member expenence         and    bye-mall                  at
              I spent the entIre               securely onto the sash         normcs trammg as I dId           IS ready to move forward as      enhance our already busy        memberslup@dyc com
         semester trymg to thread              The embroIdered tnangle        One mother had stapled
         the seWIng machme, and
         the one time I managed to
         turn It on, It trapped my
                                               was a masterpIece proVlllg
                                               beyond all doubts that I
                                               was an Involved, carmg
                                                                              the patches to her daugh-
                                                                              ter's sash whIle another
                                                                              had used a set of dIaper
                                                                                                               Check the rating on video games
         sleeves and stItched a                mother. I proudly offered                                          (NAPSn - Almost every audIences         and may be             descnptors are dIsplayed on
         seam up my nght arm                   my labor of love to my                                          computer and VIdeo game appropnate for players 17                 game boxes to mcrease their
                                                                                  My mend Lrnda, whom
         before I could pull the              daughter                                                         sold today IS mdependently and older                              VISIbIlIty and ensure that
                                                                               I've always looked upon as
         cord out of the wall WIth                "Mom," she smd. "It's                                        rated by the Entertamment        • Fmally, an AO (Adults          consumers can't mISS the
                                                                               a perfect mother, had
         my foot                              upSIde down "                                                    Software     Ratmg      Board Only) ratmg means the               Important mformatton they
                                                                              traced her daughter's            (ESRB)
             I had a feehng I was                 At first I was Just sur-     patches onto the sash                                          game IS not appropnate for         convey
        wastmg everybody's tIme,              pnsed she could make out                                           Game ratmgs have two chIldren or teens and is                     Now, content descnptors
                                                                              with washable laundry
        especIally the teacher's              the deSIgn through all the      pens                             parts ratmg symbols, whIch mtended only for audIences            appear alongsIde the ratIng
        Accordmg to her, I had                stItches But, when the                                          suggest what age group the 18 and older                           symbol on the back of the
                                                                                  Suddenly, I knew every-
        absolutely no eye for                 meanmg of her words                                             game IS best for and content      These ratmg categones           game box, IllustratIng how
                                                                              thIng would be OK I dId-
        detaIl, my stItches were              finally sank m, I dId what                                      descnptors, which tell con- prOVIde qUIck InSight Into            ratIng symbols and content
                                                                              n't even mmd when my
        too bIg, and my fine motor            any mtelhgent, enlIght-                                         sumers about content ele- the age-appropnateness          of      descnptors work together to
                                                                              daughter brought home
        skIlls were eqUIvalent to            ened mother would do I                                           ments that may be of mter- mdlvldual games But to                 help parents and other con-
                                                                              five new "Try-Its" that day.
       that of an mebnated mon-              demed It                        I Just dId what I still do       est or concern and help take full advantage of the                sumers
       key                                       When she receIved                                            explam why a game receIved ratmg system, the ESRB                    "The best advice for par-
                                                                             After countmg to 10, I
            And that comment, she            three more "Try-Its~ at her                                      a partIcular ratIng            recommends that parents            ents 18 to check both the rat-
                                                                             happily accept the seWIng
       ImplIed to my mother, was             next meetIng, I clenched                                            There are five ratIng sym- turn the box over and exam-         Ing symbol and the content
                                                                             challenge and then go mto
       sugar-coating It                      my teeth mto a srmle and                                         bols, whIch are always found me the content descnptors            descnptors      every    time
                                                                             the garage to find the duct
            Flash forward to today,          tned to look excited Then       tape                             on the front of the game box' - the short, standardIzed           they're shopprng for comput-
       and I stIll haven't figured           I opened a bottle of glue           Debbie FarlrU!r IS a            • EC (Early ChIldhood) phrases pnnted (In the back             er and VIdeo games," says
       out how to make those                 and slathered It onto the                                        means the game may be            Content descnptors pro-          Patncla Vance, preSIdent of
                                                                             hunwrLSt and a mother
       tmy, even stItches In fact,           sash                                                             suitable for chIldren ages 3 VIde detaIled mformatlOn             the Entertamment Software
                                                                             holding down the fort m
       the last tIme I saw our                   "What are you domg,                                          and older                      about what's m the game            RatmgBoard
                                                                             Caltfornw, and the author
       sewmg machrne It was                  Mommy?" my daughter                                                 • E (Everyone) means the and fall mto several cate-               The ESRB has created an
                                                                             of "Don't Put LIpstICk on
       holdmg up the back end of             asked                                                            game may be nght for kula 6 gones meludmg educatIOnal             mteractlve     Web Site at
                                                                             the Cat" She can be              and over
        my husband's car. whlle he               ~SeW1ngon your patch-       reached by Wrltlng family-                                      content, VIOlence, sexual          esrb org where paren4l c,an
        ,cq~      the tmt ~'n    oj          es, ~I lllUd.         
                                                                                                                 • T (Teen) ISfor 13 and up themes, and bad language            check the ratmgB of Bpeeui,C
           If anythmg, that's                    I was Impressed WIth        m
                                                                                                                 • M (Mature) means the        The    ESRB      recently        game tItles before they go
                                                                                                              game IS mtended for mature changed the way content                shoppmg

     51. John Health launches Six Sigma, a new management philosophy
         St John Health (SJH) IS          tIonary process Coached bydIctates qUalIty, seDlor man-       Dr James TuCCI, chIef               problem where there IS the          fy people trmned as facIlIta-
      takmg steps to come close to        experts     from     General
                                                                    agement       IS mtlmately       medical officer for St John            greatest    opportUnIty for      tors to lead process Improve-
      near perfectIOn WIth the            Electnc (GE) whose CEO    mvolved In the quality of Health and a key member of                    Improvement, TuCCIsaId To        ments
      launch of SIXSIgma, a man-         Jack Welch champIOned the  care and Its Improvement         the SIX SIgma project team             that end, St John Health IS         "SIXSIgma WIllbe the way
      agement     philosophy and          phIlosophy     dunng      hISSIX SIgma permeates           says SIX SIgma, whIch has              launchmg four projects at        we work at St John Health,
      process that employs rapId,         tenure as head of the compa-
                                                                    everythIng that IS done, been used WIth great success                   PrOVIdence HospItal and          not an add-on to eXlstmg
      eVIdence-based      deCISion-       ny, St John Health leadersfrom one-on-one dISCUSSIons mother industnes, IS based                  MedIcal Center and St John       work," Joseph salei. "The
      makmg       that     pursues        and staff are embracmg theWIth employees to bUIldmg on a SCIentIfic process of                    HospItal     and     MedIcal     process wIll allow us to
      99 99966 percent effectIve-         process and tools to achIeve
                                                                    new faclhtles                   decISIOn-makIng that IS dn-             Center to reduce average         estabhsh a conSistent, dIsci-
     ness     The central      Idea       sustamable and measurable    ~Our VISIon IS to be the ven by data, not by guesses                 wmt times and to decrease        plIned approach to proeess
     behmd SIX SIgma IS that If          change In 1mprovmg patIent preferred      health     care or anecdotes                             vanatlOn In WBlt times for       Improvement      across our
     you can measure how many             care and performance      prOVIder      In    southeast      "The SIX SIgma process               the emergency departments,       health system whIch W111
     defects you have In a                   Some of the key commIt-MichIgan by consIstently Improvement relies on hear-                    operatmg room and pattent        mcrease speed and confi-
     process, you can systematI-          ments St John Health has  proVIdIng the hIghest qualI- mg the VOice the customer
                                                                                                                  of                        dIscharge                        dence m declslon-makmg
     cally figure out how to ellm-       made m adoptmg SIXSIgma    ty patlent care expenence In to first understand the cus-                 Dunng the next fiscal          and prOVIde the hIghest
     mate them and get as close          melude pUrsUIt of perfec-  all that we do," saId Elliot tomer IS cntIcal to qualIty                year, the remammg St John        quahty patient care expen-
     to zero defects as poSSIble         tIon m patient care delIvery,
                                                                    Joseph, preSIdent and CEO (CTQ) expectatIOns ThIS IS                    Health HospItals WIllldentl-     ence for our customers "
        St John Health IS the            measunng everythmg that    of St John Health "We are bemg done through cus-
     first health system In the          IS done, tymg together cost,
                                                                    mvestmg SIgnificant finan- tomer telephone and wntten
     state and one of only a few
     health systems III the coun-
                                         quahty and serv:tce - com- C1aland human resources m surveys,
                                         mlttmg to all of these, every
                                                                                                               mterVIews and
                                                                    SIX SIgma to achIeve our observatIOn," he smd
                                                                                                                                            G.P. Park to hold classes
     try to embark on the revolu-        tIme, the customer (patient)
                                                                    VlSlon"                            "For example, we know
                                                                                                    that on average, hospItals
                                                                                                                                            for training lifeguards
                                                                                                    across the country take up                LIfeguard trammg and           old Wlth theIr lifeguard cer-
                     SALE              STARTS                  JUNE      26th!                      to mne hours for a pattent to           hfeguard trammg mstructor        tIficates who would like to
                                                                                                    be seen from the tnage area             courses WIllbe offered at the    be      lifeguard    trammg
                                                                                                   where they are evaluated to              WmdmIII Pomte Park pool          mstructors
                                                                                                    admISSIOn to the hospItal,"             begInmng Monday, June 28            The cost IS $50, whIch
                                                                                                    TuCCI Bld "Acntlcal part of                                              mcludes the book
                                                                                                   SIX SIgma IS to ask our cus-               The lifeguard tralnmg
                                                                                                   tomers theIr expectatIOns               course WIllprepare students         Classes meet Mondays,
                                                                                                   for a partIcular process If             to hfeguard and become cer.       Tuesdays, Thursdays and
                                                                                                   the customer says that the              tIfied III hfeguard trammg,       Fndays, June 28 to July 15
                                                                                                   tIme should take no more                CPR-PR, AED and first aId         The    hfeguard     trammg
                                                                                                   than SIXhours, our goal and             Students must be at least 15      course runs from 6 to 9 P m
                                                                                                   process for achIeVIng suc-              years old and be able to pass     and the hfeguard trammg
                                                                                                   cess WIll be SIXhours ~                 the prereqUl<;tte sWlmmmg         mstructor course runs from
                                                                                                       SIX SIgma methodology               skIlls test The cost 1s $135,     6to930pm
                                                                                                   teaches that the most effec-            whICh meludeq the book
                                                                                                   tive way to Improve complex                The hfeguard trammg              RegistratIOn WIllbe taken
                                                                                                   processes IS to accurately              mqtructor cour<;e]qmtended        at the Wmdmlll Pomte Park
                                                                                                   focus on one aspect of the              for those at lea<;t 17 years      pool and recreatlOn offices

           • Van Eli                                                                                         Gardens
        • Saslo Meucci                                                                                       From page 18                on tour dayq CAli the           Garden Center IS a nonprof-
          • Aangonl                                                                                                                      Center at 131::!) 881-4594 for It orgamzatIon that pro-
                                                                                                             back yard along WIth Kou<;a more mfonnatlOn or tIckets
                                                                                                             dogwood, catalpa and an                                     motes educatton, beautIfica-
                                                                                                                                            Find the Garden Center's     tIOn, hortIculture and con-
                                                                               Ladles' summer                array of shade-lOVIng       Gard!'n Shoppe at the
                                                                                                             plants Included are ho<;ta, Sl'lvRg'l{1o arden and at       qervatlOn In our commumty
                                                                              shoes, handbags                                                       G                    Proceedq from the Garden
                                                                                                             bleedmg heart, ostnch fern  the Chlldren'q Home of
                                                                               & accessonesl                 and cranesbl1l geramum                                     Tour help fund grants made
                                                                                                                                         DetroIt 900 rook m Gro<;<;e to qchoolAand other com-
                                                                                                             Statuary ISmterspersed      Pomte Wood<;
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                                                                                                             plantmgs                      A Mlchlg'an State               Kalh!pen Peubod) IS u
                                       Somerset Collection - South                                             'l1cket.q for the annual  lJmver<;\ty MR<;u-r            ma,ter r;ardpner who lllJPs
                                             248-637 -3060                                                   Garden Tour are avallahle   Gardenl'r informatIOn booth (and /?ardenqj In Grosqe
                                                                                                             for $12 at local Oonsts and Will he located at the         PUlnip Woodq Reach her
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 June 24, 2004
 Grosse Pointe News                                                                             Entertainment                                                                                                                                        78

 Stratford's 'Guys In' Dolls' is Runyonesque fun
     A IVi.t.u                                                        engagement for 14 years             Ject the lneVItable attrae-                        to Bmne                                                Sarah, promising a group of
  urban folklore IS takIng the                                           In the doll role, Sheila         hon of extreme OPPOSites                              The crew of crapshootlng                            sinners at her next prayer
  Stratford stage by storm                                            McCarthy captures the               that IS the baSIS for much                         chents waiting for Nathan                              meetmg
  thiS summer For the sec-                                            style of the brash mght club        entertamment     as their rela-                    DetrOit to reveal the next                                Those are the stakes for
  ond time In Its 52 years, the                                       entertamer    and gambler's         honshlp passes through                             locatIOn for the game IS a                             hiS next throw of the dice,
 Festlvalls      presenting                                          girl WIth a convmcmg and             repeated cnses before love                        great Runyonesque       rogues'                         which IS preceded by a
 Frank Loesser's uruquely                                            amusmg facslffille of a              conquers all Dale makes                           gallery Bruce Dow as                                    high-energy rendition of one
 Amencan mUSIcal, "Guys                                              Brooklyn accent and lots of          Sarah gnmly self-con-                             NIcely-Nicely Johnson IS a                             of the show's best-
 and Dolls -                                                         body Enghsh Her vam                  trolled Wentworth makes                            perfect cancature of a gam-                           rememered songs, "Luck Be
     It peoples the arena stage                                      efforts to bnng Nathan               Masterson confidently sure                        bier who never forgot the                              a Lady Tomght-
 WIth Damon Runyon's                                                 DetroIt to ilie altar amount        of mmself until he reahzes                         manners ms moilier taught                                  That IS not the only one,
 unforgettable      collectIOn of                                    to one ofilie central themes        he IS In love                                      rom, while Nigel Hamer IS                              however Memones come
 gamblers, theIr glrlfnends                                          of the plot                             In her famous scene In                         a garrulous Harry the                                  back qUIckly WIth, "I Love
 and Salvation Army lIllS-                                              Smce her plans Include           Cuba, Dale makes Sarah's                           Horse                                                  You, a Bushel and a Peck:
 Slonanes as iliey follow                                            gettmg h1m to gIve up gam-          discovery of the other Side                            Thwenng above them all                             "Take Back Your Mink. and
 their respective callmgs m                                          bhng, they also gIve nse to         of hfe an enchanting fanta.                        In brute forcefulness    of per-                       "Sue Me," for example
 the bnght hghts and shad-           explodes on stage With a        a great question that mgh-          sy She conveys a WIde-eyed                         sonahty, as well as seven-                                Another big wmner comes
owy comers of New York's             full array of characters        hghts the relatlonsrop              sense of wonder over the                           foot stat1lre, IS Grant                                at the prayer meeting
 Broadway                            from the New York streets       "Why IS It that as soon as          exotic floor show at a                             Lmneberg as Big Jule                                   where the gamblers, havmg
     On the one hand, It IS a        who people Runyon's world       you find a guy you bke, you         Havana club and Bcmeves a                              On the oilier Side,                                lost thelT bet to Masterson's
ghttenng       remmder ofilie        The VItality ofthelT chore-     want to take h1m m for              convmcmg portrayal of the                          Douglas Chamberlam         is                          dice, all show up When It IS
greatest era of musical com-         ography whets ilie appetite     alterations?-                       nBlve ffilsslOnary expenenc-                      Army member ArV1de                                     Nicely-Nicely's turn to "tes-
edy WIth song, dance, mgh            for the story that 1S about to     Bnngmg on the second             mg for the first time the                         Abernathy, Sarah's grandfa-                            tIfy" to ms own reform,
humor and love mterest               unfold A quartet of            love mterest are Cyntma             effects of rum m what she                          ther and helpful adVIser                               Bruce Dow steals the show
woven shckly Into an                 Stratford stars leads the      Dale as Sarah Brown, and             thinks IS an exceptIOnally                        For both Sarah and the                                 WIth a bam-burmng        rendl-
evenmg of entertamment               parade, with comparably        the suave, self-assured             tasty milk shake                                   audience, he IS a hnk to                               tlon of "Sit down, You're
that leaves you WIthout a           outstanding    performers 10    Scott Wentworth as master                Ail the dnnk relaxes her                      good sense and reahty                                  Hockin' the Boat. ~
worry 10 the world On the           supporlmg roles                 gambler and confinned               mhlbltlOns, her Jealousy 18                            In a show With tmmense-                                At that pomt, It'S allover
other hand, It captures the             Geordie Johnson IS the      bachelor Sky Masterson              obVIOUSwhen Sky                                    ly clever sets that allow                              but the re8olutlOn of the
hfestyle of our native crap-        notonous Nathan DetroIt,        Dale brings to the sweet            Masterson IS drawn onto                            seamless scene changes,                                two crap-game-erossed       Jove
shooter cult1lre of the mid-        who runs "the only estab-       personahty     we have seen 10      the floor by an exotic                             one of the swiftest and most                           stones 'Ib descnbe that
20th century 10 the piquant         hshed, pennanent,      floating other roles, a grIt and             dancer. The resulting com-                         lffipreSSlve IS the move                               wh1mslcal endmg would be
caricatures      drawn by           crap game 10 New York -         determmatIon      SUitable for      petItion between the women                         down a manhole to the                                  too much It 18 enough to
Runyon m ms stones of the           HIs rugged good looks do        her character's    Identity. She    IS one of the hugely funny                        game's new location under                               know that "Guys and Dolls"
era                                 double duty as he conmves       IS a Sergeant m the                bIts and outstand1Og dance                         the streets of New York.                                will be presented at the
    And thiS production             to arrange new locatIons for Salvahon Army, seekmg to              numbers 10 the show                                 Down there, an absolutely                              Festival Theatre, probably
makes It all come true              the game to avoid the vice      save souls among the                    Meanwhile, Wentworth                          spectacular     dance sequence                          to sellout houses, through
    The opening sets the tone       squad mspector, and cajoles     Broadway smners                    mamtams a gentlemanly                              leads to a PIVOtal scene of                             Sunday, Nav 7 Call (800)
m a dance sequence that             ms doll, M1ssAdel8lde, Into        She and Wentworth pro-          aplomb and control of the                          the show Acrobatic dancing                              567-1600.
                                    extending therr so-called                                          SItuatIon iliat perfectly                          brothers Jason and Julius
                                                                                                       swtB Masterson's growmg                            Sermoma stand out m the

                       'Wing it' at your next                                                          respect and affection for
                                                                                                       Sergeant Sarah He IS, 10
                                                                                                       fact, the perfect gentleman
                                                                                                                                                          large company With breath-
                                                                                                                                                          takmg performances
                                                                                                                                                              In the scene that follows,
                          backyard barbecue                                                            gambler.
                                                                                                            There IS httle tlffie to Sit
                                                                                                                                                          Lmneberg renders a gnm
                                                                                                                                                          demonstratlon      of BIg Jule's
     Chicken wmgB have                                                                                 back and savor the fun,                            heavy-handed       gambhng
                                                                          114cup chopped red
  become very popular 10                                                                               however The pace of the                            style followed by the more
                                                                        bell pepper (or roasted
  the appetizer world Hot
  wmgB, barbecued wmgs,
                                       A LA ANNI£                       pepper)
                                                                                                       show sweeps you from one
                                                                                                       memorable scene to the
                                                                                                                                                          genteel persuasive power of
                                                                                                                                                          Sky Masterson. HIS goal is
                                      By Annie RouJeau-&heriff             1/4 cup chopped
  and breaded wmg-dmgs                                                                                 next WIthout pause and pro-                        not cash WlIlIUDgll, however.
  are Just a few The wmg                                                                               VIdes loads of moments for                         He needs to make good on
                                                                           1 tablespoon minced         other cast member talents                          his marker to Sergeant
  craze really started WIth                                             garlic
  the Buffalo wmg (named                                                  1 tablespoon fresh
  for the CIty where It was                                             Hmejuice
  created), firnshed 10 hot                                               1 tablespoon brown
  Bauce and traditionally                                               sugar
  served With celery hearts                                                  1teaspoon     dry mUB-
  and blue cheese dressmg                                               tard
 for dlppmg
     This week's rBClpe offers                                            Combme all mgred1ents
 yet another wa.Y~£:                 two bakmg sheets With              10 a mixmg bowl ThIs
~       and eruoy.            \       nonstlck spray and set            sauce can be made sevetal
 WIngs Ullmg only the                asIde                              days before servmg. Store
 drumette portion of the                 In a medlwn bowl, com-         covered In the refngerator
 wmg (the part attached to           bme the panko crumbs
 the blTd.) I found tills            WIth the sesame seeds,
                                                                        untll ready to serve
                                                                                                                                     GREAT! ESCAPE.
                                                                                                                         D SOOYer an ISland getaway Wl1II peace and qUIel No traffIC jaIlS No aOWl!s Just nalUte preserves ",:11rn WlldJlfe
 Aillan-insplTed rBClpe In          butter, salt, sesame oil                  Sweet Chili                                and rare planl SjleCteS PTlsllne beacIJes Mmg lra,1s and IWung along m,les 01 shorehne Oualnt Inns and B&B $
 Cuisine at Home maga-               and cayenne      Set aside                                                          neYer far lrom a season of furl-filled evetlls Make your QreaI es<;ape 10 PeJee aboard the Jilmaan or PeJee IsJandeI
 ZlDe It remmded me of                  In a small bowl, wmsk                Dipping sauce                               DIU, lab ~             from Luml"""" .. ~IIt,             00Iari0 .. SInIfuItJ. 0IlI.
 the wmgB I enJoy at a               together the eggs WIth the          814 cup water
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 favonte Thai restaurant.            mayonnBlse and the cluh             1/2 cup rice vineear                                                DE.TINATlDN8            •   SCHiEDULI:8       •   RE8E"IIlIV    ...TIDNII         O:Q::::-"':t---
 The lolliPOP look of these         garhc sauce DIp each                 112cup brown sugar                                                                      1.80D.661.2220                                                   ~ 'J!)~."--'
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 tasty wmgs comes from               drumette mto the egg                S tablespoons low-
 pushing the meat of the             mIxture and then dredge           lIOdium 80Y sauce
 drumette up and away                III the crumb lIllxture and         3 tablespoons minced
 from the bone                      place on the prepared bak-         garlic
    It's shghtly tlffie con-        109 sheet                            If4 teaspoon crushed                                                                                                                                          ll!Ibr
SUIJUIlg, but well worth                Bake the v\'lngs for 40        red pepper flakes                                                                                                                                           TeleVISIon
                                    mmutes at 425 degrees,                                                                                                                                                                          for the
 the effort                                                               Combine mgred1ents in                                                                                                                                      Whole
                                    tummg them after 20
                                                                       a small saucepan and SlID-                                                                                                                                 Community
   Chinese Chicken                  ffilnutes (I also rotated
                                                                       mer over medium heat
                                    the bakmg sheets after 20
      Lollipops                     minutes.)    The drumettes
                                                                       until reduced by one half,
    3 lba. chicken                                                     about 20 minutes.    Serve                                 June 28 to July 5                                                          Fea.tured Guests
                                    should be golden and CTlSp
 drumettes (Perdue)                                                    at room temperamre
                                    all the way around
   2 cups panko crumbs                                                    You11 find panko                  ~            The SO C. Show                                                The S,o.c, Show
                                        There's more Don't be
 (Japane8e     bread                                                   crumbs at the Sprout                 ~            Vnahl}' PI.... (Aerob,cs)                                     Megan Gunndl, MT-BC,               MUSIC   Therapy
                                    overwhelmed      Choose one
 crumbs)                                                               House m Grosse Pomte        POUlt.. of Homcul~
                                    or both ofthe easy dtppmg                                                                                                                          Who's in the KJtehen~
    2 tablespoons _e                sauces to complement
                                                                       Park Look for chIll garhc            1OJ! Who'. ID          me
 seeds                              your dehClous Wings
                                                                       sauce and nce vmegar In            n.w  lDdo>.1hc \lW M:momI
                                                                                                                                                                                       Justm SchneIder &. Glen RJce - Scared Scallops
    2 tablespoons UDsalt-
 eel butter
                                                                       the Asian Blsle at the gr0-
                                                                       cery store
                                                                                                            .1.l.J!lI..Jm MUSIcal Scory lime Jamboree                                  Jhqp II do at        "'"We MrmmaI
                                     Asian Remoulade                      These flavorful chicken           l2.OO..lmJ      EconoDllc Club of Detro.t
                                                                                                                                                                                       Mark RolndisJ &. Alt=nder ZonJlC
    1 teaspoon kosher or                                                                                                                                                               - Summer MUSIC FcsnvaI
 sea salt                                  Sauce                       "lolhpop" wIDgs WIll be a   Serno. Men. Club
                                       112 cup mayonnaise              hit at your next backyard            L3ll..Iun InsIde An                                                      Out of the Ord.tnaxy
   1/4 cup toasted
                                                                       get-together   They certam- The UgalllUldcr                                                  JessIca BuchhelSter  Rclallonsh,p               Therapy
 (preferably) _e           oil         114cup chopped scal-
   1/4 teaspoon cayenne             lioDS                              ly were at mme                       U2.llm The John Prost Show
 pepper                                                                                                     ~             n.w..m.1hc           w... M:momI                           Econonuc Club of Detroit
                                                                                                                                                                                     The Honorable Dalton McCumry                       PremIer of
                                                                                                           ~              MWJcaI Scory lime Jamboree
   2 eggs                                                                                                                                                                            Onlano
   2 tablespooDS may-                                                                                      i.l!lLIllII    Virallry Plu. (SccpiKJck BoxllIg)

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                                                                                                                                                                                       Semor Men's Club
                                                                                                            .2..OlWun     POSltrvcly Poo,lrvc
   1 tablespoon chili
 garlic sauce                             32nd Annual ~                                                    ~
                                                                                                            2.Jl4uo       SenIor Men'. Club
                                                                                                                          The Ugallo"der
                                                                                                                                                                                       Robe" Glgholtl, Chairman                Rtder Cup

    Hold each Wing (one
 at a bme) by the bone
WIth one hand, and
                                          St.Clair ~                                                       6.J.O..Jzm
                                                                                                           l.OO.t!m  Viral.ry Plus (1ooe Exen: .. e)
                                                                                                                          Who's onthe K"chen'

                                                                                                           8J! POSIllVC!) Po.",vc
                                                                                                                                                                                       Mary Ewald. Neo - Pop ArtISt

                                                                                                                                                                                    The Lqallnsllkr
                                                                                                                                                                                    Stephcn T Plom                  DIrector    of PubliC '>afetV
usmg kitchen shears,
WIth the other hand cut                fine Arts Fair weeken                                               ~
                                                                                                            ~TheSOC                       Show
                                                                                                                     VitaliI}' Plus (Aerob,a)
                                                                                                                                                                                    G P Shores
the tendons around the
top of the dromette   Use
                                                            Saturday, June 26" • 10AM • 7PM                ~          POlRtcs of HO"lculture                                        The lobo Prost Show
                                                                                                           lllJl!llnn %0'. '" the K1tchen'                                          Dr Rf'Y Allen D Timm &.
a panng kmfe to push                                         Sunday, June 27~ • 10AM -5PM                 n.w lDdo>.1hc w... MrmnrII                              Rev Percr C Sm Lth
the meat down to the                                                                                       1..LOO..Iun      MuSIcal Story lime        Jamboree
base of the dromette    It             Over 120
should look hke a 101-                                                                            EconomIC Club of Dcuott
hpop                                   Ju1ed ArtIsts at                                           Sen,or Mm'. Club
                                       AiYervIew Plaza
   Preheat oven to 425
degrees WIth oven racks                & Along the St
                                                                                                           .t@..Jm        The LegailDSlder
                                                                                                                                                                                        New Schedule •••
positioned In the lower                                                                                    z.Jl! Th. John proll Show                                                 Due to equipment repair
third of the oven Coat
                                       ClaIr River (M-29)                                                  1.ll!     n.w
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                                                                                                  Viuhry Plu. (Srcp/K1clr &.,ng)                                        has changed
                                                                                                           ~          Young View Po.n.cs
                                       Free P8rIorIg &              Coocert Saturday Evenlng      POOllrvcly PooItIVC
                                       Actnisslon                           at 730PM                       5..W..iIII Scmor Men' Club
                                                                                                  The l-<gaIlDllder
                                       ea. (810) 329-9576/rx             In Palmer Part<

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    6B                                                ChurcheslHealth                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     June 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Grosse Pointe News

     A listening presence                                                                                                             Ask the doctor: Questions and answers
     By the Rev. Fred Harms                                                                                                           By Paul G. Donohue, M.D.                                       mms and mInerals are many
                                                                                                                                                                                       treatment of blocked heart                                                                                 allow patients a long an4
     5t Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church
                                                                                                                                          Q. Lately whenever I take                    artenes       times greater than their rec-                                                                achve life
       Mv tholl!!'ht. fO<'ll.E'd on 1\ ]onl:'t,mE'                                              frlpnd Of'P
                                                                                                                                      II. walk, I l5'e~~ut.h pam m my                     ! ne penpneral   vascular
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ommended dally allowances                                                                       Many lupus patients mus1
      morning last week When thIs thought process hap-                                                                                 calves that I have to stop                      dIsease pamphlet answers
                                                                                                                                                                                                     People should not begm thiS                                                                  protect themselves from pro-
      pens, It IS usually not a cOinCidence I have often                                                                               until It goes away Is thIS a                                  therapy on their own They
                                                                                                                                                                                       the unanswered questIOns                                                                                   longed exposure to sunlight,
      found Important ministry outreach talung place and                                                                               muscle problem or arthntls?                     you most likely have about
                                                                                                                                                                                                     must get an approval from                                                                    smce It can worsen symp-
      have heeded those gentle nudges of the Holy Spmt                                                                                                        -MS                      thiS common disease To
                                                                                                                                                                                                     their doctors Copper IS III                                                                  toms
         ThIs fnend, who also happens to be a pastor, has                                                                                                                              order a copy, wnte Dr
                                                                                                                                                                                                     the mIx because hIgh doses                                                                      Anti-inflammatory drugs
      been close to me for more than 30 years We went                                                                                     A. Most likely It IS a cir-                                of zmc mterfere With copper
                                                                                                                                                                                       Donohue - No 109W, Box                                                                                     such as Indomethacm are
      through seminary together, were roommates, stood                                                                                 culation problem - penph-                                     absorptIon, and that can
                                                                                                                                                                                       536475, Orlando, FL 32853-                                                                                 prescnbed for nnld mvolve-
      up In each other's weddmgs and have attended many                                                                                eral      vascular    disease                                 give nse to an anemia
                                                                                                                                                                                       6475 Enclose a check or                                                                                    ment For others, hydroxy.
      of the same workshops and seminars over the years                                                                                "Penpheral" mdlcates that                       money order or $4 50 along
                                                                                                                                                                                                        The facts on macular                                                                      chloroqUine or predmsone
      Gary IS the lund of person you can pick up the phone                                                                             artenes m the body's penph-                                   degeneratIOn are outhned In
                                                                                                                                                                                       Wlth the reCIpIent's pnnted                                                                                can often control symptoms
      and converse With and ImmedIately resume the close                                                                               ery - arms and legs - are                                     the pamphlet WIth that
                                                                                                                                                                                       name and address Allow                                                                                        Readers who would hke
      ties offnendshlp even though regular commUlllca-                                                                                 partially     blocked by a                                    name Readers can obtalll a
                                                                                                                                                                                       four weeks for dehvery                                                                                     more mfonnahon on lupus
      tlon may have lapsed for some months                                                                                             bUlldup of plaque Plaque IS                                   copy by wntmg to Dr                                                                          (and rheumatoid arthntls)
         My fnend has expenenced many hardships the                                                                                    a mound of cholesterol, fat        Q My doctor tells me I Donohue - No 701W, Box                                                                           can order the pwnpblet on
      death of a 21-year-old son In a car aCCident, health                                                                             and blood protems clmgmg have the begmnlng of macu- 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-                                                                             those dlnesses by wntlng.
      Issues reqwnng numerous surgenes and some diffi-                                                                                 to the artery wall It's a lar degeneratIOn I am com- 6475 Enclose a check or                                                                               Dr Donohue - No 301W,
      cult pansh Issues When hiS son wed, we spent                                                                                     problem that comes WIth pletely depressed by thiS money order for $4.50 With                                                                               Box 536475, Orlando, FL
      many long hours on the phone and In personal con-                                                                                groWIng old About one 1ll SIX My mother had It, and her the reCipIent's pnnted name                                                                        32853.6475 Enclose a chC(:k
      tact                                                                                                                             people older than 55 suffers last years were not happy and address             Allow four                                                                  or money order for $4.50
         I did not presume to have answers for hIm In such                                                                             from It                         ones If I go blind, I don't weeks for delIvery                                                                             Wlth the recipIent's pnnted
      a devastatmg tragedy, but I was a hstemng, canng                                                                                    Calf pam whIle wallung IS know what I Will do I hve                                                                                                     name and address Allow
      presence for hIm Gary knew that he could share hIs                                                                               a hallmark symptom The alone and have no one to                  Q I was recently dIag-                                                                    four weeks for dehvery
      anger, hiS gnef, hIS doubts and hIs hopes Wlth me m                                                                              calf muscles reqUlre more help me 1& there any treat- nosed With lupus My med-
      a confidentIal, nonjudgmental way Ihave always                                                                                   blood, but the plaque on ment?                                Ical dIctIOnary doesn't give                                                                    Q I have heartburn or
      tned to be there for him and he has done the same                                                                                artery walls obstructs the                          -GK. me answers to my questIons                                                                        aCid reflux, whatever you
      for me                                                                                                                           needed extra blood flow to                                    Could you address thiS ill-                                                                  want to call It. Doctors wan,
         ThIs partIcular phone contact one morrnng last                                                                                the muscles Muscles, lack-        A The retma IS the layer ness? My jOlllts are always                                                                     me to take PrevaCid or some-
      week revealed some new mses 10 hIs lIfe He shared                                                                                109 the oxygen and fuel of cells covenng the back of pamful                                                                                                thIng smular to it I sunply
      that he was gOing through some addltlOnal traumas                                                                                brought by blood, cry out m the eye It transmits Incom-                            -SM                                                                     can't take it I must be aller-
      HIS life was begmmng to resemble the biblical char-                                                                              pam Pam can also be felt In mg VlSUalmformatIon to the                                                                                                     giCto It What IS left for me?
      acter of Job                                                                                                                     the thighs or buttocks If brwn, where that mforma-               A. Although the cause of                                                                                         -EL.
         "It's got to get better, thmgs have got to turn                                                                               artenes to those muscles are tlon IS processed mto Sight lupus has not been identI-
      around for me at some pomt," he swd                                                                                              filled With plaque              In the center of the retma fied, eVldence pomts to the                                                                        A Prevacld IS one of the
         Gary needed a IIstemng presence and the reassur-                                                                                 A person can tell, almost lies the macula, a structure     Immune system coupled                                                                        so-called    proton     pump
      ance of a fwthful prayer partner who would not                                                                                   to the inch, the wstance at whose diameter         IS only Wlth hormones and genes as                                                                      mhlbltors These drugs stop
      desert hIm III hIs tIme of need For my fnend, I                                                                                  whIch pam Wlll develop. about 1/5Oth of an mch It IS bemg mtegral to Its onset,                                                                            the productIon of stomach
      wanted to assure him that I would be there for hIm,                                                                              Restmg reheves the pam, responsible for fine VISIon, whIch IS usually between                                                                              aCId Other drugs of wffer-
      as I have m the past                                                                                                            and the walkmg can contIn- the !und that permIts read- the ages of 16 and 55                                                                                ent families are avwlable.
         ThIs IS Important mIlllstry that God calls us to be                                                                          ue untU the next onset of mg newspapers, threadJng               Lupus erythematosus, Its                                                                   Doctors treated aCid reflux
      attentIve to In life We all have a fnend like Gary                                                                              pam                              needles, dnving a car and offiCial name, IS remotely                                                                       successfully     before   thll
      who needs our canng, IIstenmg presence We are not                                                                                   A doctor can confirm the recogrnzmg faces                  related    to    rheumatoid                                                                  advent of proton pumll
      called on to g1Veanswers to life's troubling wIem.                                                                              diagnOSIs by takmg the             When a doctor looks mto arthntIs Both target jomts                                                                       mblbitors
     mas, but we can prOVldeemotIonal and spmtual sup-                                                                                blood pressure m the arms the eye With a scope, he or Lupus, however, affects                                                                                  Clmetldme,      ramtldms
     port                                                                                                                             and companng It With the she can see the retma and many other organs skin,                                                                                  and O1zatlwne slow aCidpro-
        Perhaps we are the ones who need to be mlI1lS-                                                                                blood pressure m the ankle macula clearly There are a lungs, heart, ludneys, red                                                                            ductIon and are not related
     tered to God does care for us nght where we are and                                                                              region The two should be few changes that can pro- and white blood cells, the                                                                               to the PrevaCld drug farmly.
     wants to help US,to carry us over the rough terrwn                                                                               smlllar. In penpheral vascu- vide a rough predictIon that bram and nerves                                                                                   You IOIgbt try one of those:
        God IdentIfies Wlth us, and when we hurt, God                                                                                 lar wsease, the ankle pres- macular degeneratIon nnght           SIgnS and symptoms cor-                                                                    Or a program of antaCids
     hurts, too God wants us to receIve support, healIng                                                                              SU1'eWlll be lower than the occur m the future They do respond to whIch organs are                                                                          taken one and three hours
     and hope                                                                                                                         arm pressure                     not carry a sentence of mvolved Frequently a red                                                                           after meals and agwn al
        Is the SpInt tappmg you on the shoulder, plaCing                                                                                 Don't take a nonchalant mandatory          degeneratIOn. rash appears on the cheeks,                                                                     bedtime can work. It Wll.ll
     the name of a fnend m your thoughts, and nudgmg                                                                                  attItude        about      thiS Further, no SIgn prOVides and It crosses the bndge of                                                                       standard treatment for eons.
     you to make a contact With someone who needs your                                                                                Penpheral vascular disease mformatIon on how rapidly the nose to connect the                                                                                   Readers may wnte Dr.
     IIstemng canng pre~ence?                                                                                                         IS often a tlp-off that arter- macular degeneration will cheek rashes It looks some-                                                                        Donohue or request an order
                                                                                                                                      Ies supplymg the heart and progress, 1f It progresses at thmg hke the sllhouette of a                                                                       form of available health
                                                                                                                                      bram are also partIally all                                    butterfly Hwr can tbm, and                                                                   newsletters    at POBox
                                                                                                                                      blocked, and blockages there       There IS no cure for the bald patches can appear on                                                                      536475, Orlando FL 32853-
                                                                                                                                      are a prelude to a heart dry !und of macular degen- the scalp                The ludneys                                                                    6475
                                 - au remember?                                                                                       attack or stroke                 eratIOn - your lund, and might fad Red blood cell
                                                                                                                                          Treatment for obstructe<;l. ;the more common kmd numbers drop, and that pro-
                         ~"                                         ""nw, !",!J(s que.i.t_                                             artenes     entaIls lowenng M'hlle a QlIIlblnatIon.of.ll.lta- duces anenna. Wlute blood
                19608 or 19708                                      When I was a small gui in                                          blood cholesterol to stop mms and mmerals might cells also take a wp that
    "mu,st drop off some Items                                      the late 19M>s, I used to                                          plaque      enlargement       A slow Its progreSSIOn, thiS leaves the person vulnerable
     for Iepall'                                                    take a bus to the comer of                                         superVlsed exercIse program combmatlon does not act as to mfectlOns. Fever and
        I -will go to a narro'i't                                   MlICk and Cook to pursue                                          IS       most       Important    a preventIve for the condI- fatigue engulf patlents Of
     stairwell between MOlr's                                       my favonte sport. Wlu!re                                          Mewcmes such as asptnn, tIon                                   course, jomts are pamful
     gas station and the old                                        wu J gromg and what was                                           Pie tal and Plavu:: can            Five hundred nnlhgrams and often swollen
     Scllettler      Drugstore                                      my sport?                                                         enhance blood flow through ofV1tamm C, 400 ill ofV1ta-           Strange antibodIes, prod.
     What is my IDlSslon?                                                                                                             Involved artenes Openmg rom E, 15 nnlllgrams of beta ucts of the Immune system,
                                                                       Eoch week we try to pro-                                       the artenes by squashmg carotene, 80 mIlhgrams of are found III the blood, and
        Answen I am havmg                                           t'Olu readers wUh a ques-                                         the plaque Wlth an mflated ZIllCand 2 rmlhgrams of cop- they serve as lab markers of
     my shoes resoled by Jake                                      twn about Grosse PoInte's                                          balloon or bypaSSing the per might be able to retard the wsease
     lit the shoe ;epair shop at                                   past. TM answer J.S pruat-                                         obstructed segment With a the advance of macular                 Senous as the dIagnOSISof
     the bottlAofi40~         .                                    ed the wed.                                             graft also works - two pro- degeneratIOn once It has lupus IS. modern treatlnent
                       ., i'o"           <"4     '                                                                                    cedures       borrowed     from started These doses of Vlta- can generall., control It and

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       Life is different                                                              not necessarily better or worse
      Bv Mary Beth Lan!!an and             "h"n" ..rl from nnrlml' <\                                                                                                                                          \ .........
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      Theodore G. Coutilish                dIagnOSIs to findmg out                                                                                                                                            and dad ca~ take theIr
      Special Writers
          10-10-02 That was our
      falmly's D-Day In thIs
                                           more about the specIfic
                                           dIagnOSIs And deahng
                                           WIth It
                                                                                 X-tra Special Advice                                                                                                         chIld to DIsney World or
                                                                                                                                                                                                              50me place hke that
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Andrew would detest the
      mstance, D-Day means                    It seemed so sad for a                                                                                                                                          sen!>ory overload of such a
      DIagnosIs Day                        whIle Tears came very                 for parents of children with special needs                                                                                   place at thIS pomt of hIS
         It's an easy date to              eaSIly Dreams seemed                                                                                                                                               hIe He would much rather
      remember      The day Mary           shattered      Plans seemed                                             a day that Mary Beth IS                                                                    stay home and do hIS usual
                                                                               on a hstserv, or hear them
      Beth took the call that              obhterated                          ask you Jumbled questIOn!>          partlclpatmg     m FragIle X                                                               routme of therapIes and
      mfonned us th.'lt the blood             But It really dId                In a school hallway                 Syndrome Advocacy Day                                                                      have regular old rough-
      test came back ~osltJve We           Improve New dreams                                                                                                                                                 housmg and playtIme WIth
                                                                                  You want to say, "It'll be       on CapItol HIll She'll be
      knew that Andrew had                 replaced the old ones                                                   shanng our story of FX                                                                     hIS daddy
                                                                               OK Just take a breath
      fragIle X syndromt.,.                LIttle achIevements                 You'll get through thl!> and        and explammg how money                                                                        LIfe IS SImply dtfferent
         It's easy to remember             became more excltmg to              keep gomg"                          would help WIth FX educa-                                                                  now - not necessanly bet-
      the date because Mary                watch The good tImes                   We stIli have a long road        tion and re!>earch                                                                         ter or worse
      Beth had to tell Ted about           seem more fulfilhng than            ahead of us, but m a rela-             Advocacy Day IS part of
      theIr son's dir~        '-tP her     before.                             tIvely short tIme, we have          thiS year'!> InternatIonal                                                                    Grosse Pomte resulents
      husband's 3~hlJ'thdily                  LIfe IS Just dtfferent now       already learned that "the           FragIle X Conference m                                                                     Theodore G and
         Lookmg ~       now, hfe           - not necessnnly better or          dIagnosIs" was not the end          Washmgton,      D C Mary                 The Langan-CoutlUsh                               Mary Beth Langan created
      seemed pretty maotJc for a           worse                               of the road It Just brought         Beth IS gomg m order to                                    family                          th/.S column to share expen
      whIle Well, more chaotIc                It's stIll easy to remem-        us down a dIfferent road            gather more mfonnatlOn                                                                     ences from their Journey as
                                                                                                                                                           als and the parents
      than the normal chaos                ber those first weeks of            from what we had mapped             about how to help Andre ....                                                               parents of a child With
                                                                                                                                                              Ted WIll be takmg a few
         More doctors to see               stumblIng through a dIag-           out for oursel ves                  be hiS best She'll be                                                                      fragile X syndrome (frog-
                                                                                                                                                           vacatIOn days to parent
      Research to do Books to              nOSIS, especIally when you             Dependmg on prmtmg               attendmg for the first time                                                                lleX org) Send your ques-
                                                                                                                                                           Andrew full tIme whIle she
      read FX groups to Jom                hear of a faml1y gomg               schedules, you WIll proba-          and learnmg from FX                                                                        twns or comments to
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      The frenzy hadn't really             through a slnnlar process;          bly receIve thIS column on          experts - the professlOn-                  Perhaps some dads take
      stopped The frenzy SImply            or you read theIr first post                                                                                                                                       or mblangan@hot17ulll com

    Eating disorders (including obesity) don't discriminate
I  (NAPS!) - ObeSIty Isn't               aSSOCIated WIth young, pnv-           are now over 35, as opposed         agreed to be a contnbutIng              response to treatment      and a                      that a person may be sttffer-
    e only problem we appar-             Ileged    whIte   women         In    to 175 percent three years          factor m the nse of eatIng              hIgher rate of recovery                               mg from anorellla mclude

E  tly have to worry about It
  ow appears
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roeused        on
                   that even as
                 spotlIght     was
                                         today's world, people of all
                                         ages, sexes, SOCIOeconomic
                                         and ethmc backgrounds
                                                                                  "When Renfrew opened 10
                                                                               1985, we saw women from
                                                                               all SOCIal, economIc and eth-

                                                                                                                   cope     WIth
                                                                                                                                  -    mIddle-aged
                                                                                                                   women often have theIr own
                                                                                                                                 set of stresses to
                                                                                                                                     that     mclude
                                                                                                                                                              EatIng disorders are sen-
                                                                                                                                                           ous health
                                                                                                                                                                          - and hfe -
                                                                                                                                                                           phySIcal dIsor-
                                                                                                                                                           ders that most often stem
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    " Contmues
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       to dIet or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            foods even though
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 she IS not overweIght (I e., IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 thm and keeps gettIng thm-
expandmg        waIstlIne,     two          Eatmg dtsorders      are the       DlC backgrounds,"     saId Sam      dIvorce,    "empty-nest        syn-     from some underlyIng        emo-                      ner)
other disorders beSIdes com-             most deadly of what's clasSI-         Menaged,     Renfrew's    presI-    drome," and changes m body              honal cause       They usually                                Has    dIstorted    body
pulaive       overeatmg                  fied as mental illnesses        At    dent and CEO "However, 10           SIze and shape                          fall 1Oto three      categones                        rmBge, feels fat even when
~a           and buhmla           -      The Renfrew       Center,     the     the last few years we have             Because eatmg dIsorders              AnoreXIa Nervosa,        or self-                     she              IS    thm
were also worsenmg                       natIon's   first freestandmg          seen a dramatIc mcrease m           are complex, lOvolvlOg both             Imposed starvatIOn, BulImIa                              • ExerCIses    obsessively
, In fact, accordmg to the               and largest treatment      facili-    the number of women over            phySIcal and psycholOgIcal              Nervosa, the repeated cycle                           and weIghs herself frequent-
18te8t research, all three dis-          ty for such dIsorders,         for    35 and m the number            of   Issues, they are often mIsun-           of out-of-control    eatmg fol-                       ly
orders have grown to such                example,    one of the most           non-CaucasIan     women com-        derstood     and among           the    lowed by some fonn of purg-                              Some    of the    common
an     .-t        that      health       startling thmgs they've dis-          mg mto treatment"                   most dIfficult       Illnesses     to   109,    and    Binge      Eat10g                      warnmg SIgnS that 10dtcate
expeda have been forced to               covered IS the expansion         of      How to explam          those     treat                                   DIsorder,     or    compulSIve                        that a person may be sttffer-
~            the      traditIOnal        the age range of those seek-          shIfts? Whtle media Images             If these      dIsorders       are    overeatmg                                             mg from buhmta mclude'
imaae of "eatmg dIsorders"               mg help 23 5 percent of the           contmue to glamonze exces-          dIagnosed and treated early,               Some     of the      common
U1 general       bemg      maInly        women treated      at Renfrew         sIVe thInness      -     WIdely     there     IS a much          better     warnmg SIgnS that mdlcate                                " Engages m bmge eatIng
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and cannot voluntarily   stop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Feels gwlty or ashamed
St. John chief named master of American College of Physicians                                                                                                                                                    about eatIng
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    " Uses the bathroom     fre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 quently after meals
   Dr Louis Saravolatz,    St            numerous awards for teach-            AntImIcrobIal      Use      and     work m chmcal        medlcme               Saravolatz      earned     hIS                        Some     of the    common
John Hosplt.a.l and Medical              mg excellence, he has gIven           Clrmcal Tnals                       (re!>earch or practIce), con-            medIcal    degree    from the                        warnmg SIgna that mdlcate
Center chIef of medICine,                tIme as a consultant,   educa-           Saravolatz  has also been        tnbutJOns     to  preventIve             Umverslty       of    MIchIgan                       that a person may be suffer-
was the only phySICIan In                tor and leader to the DetroIt         mstrumental    m estabhsh10g        medICine. Improvements       m           MedIcal School and IS board                          109 from bmge eatIng dlsor-
MI~lll"an thIS year to be ele-           Health           Department,          the    AIDS     c1lmcal     and     the dehvery of health care,              certIfied      m       Internal                       dermclude
va     to the rank of Master             MIchIgan     State    MedIcal         research      programs         10   andior contnbutJOns     to the           Medlcme,             InfectIOUS                          • Eats large amounts      of
by t e Anrencan    College of            SOCIety     and      MIchIgan         DetrOlt He was one of only          medIcal hterature                        DIseases, EpIdemiOlogy and                            food when not phySIcally
PhySICIans    at Its annual              Department        of    Pubhc         45 phySICIans awarded thIS                                                   HIVMedlcme                                            hungry
convocatIon In New Orleans               Health                                hIgh academIC      dIstInctIOn         "Dr Saravolatz   embodIes                He has wntten more than                               • Eats much more rapIdly
                                                                               thIs year                           all that's outstandmg    as a           150 sCientIfic artIcles   and                         than normal.
   Saravolatz, who hves In                  He has wntten extensIve-                                               phySICIan, chmclan,    educa-           made more than 170 SCIen-                                •    Often    eats    alone
Grosse Po1Ote Shores, was                lyon mfectIous diseases and              He also was the youngest         tor and leader,"    sRld Dr             tIfic presentatIOns    dunng                          because of shame or embar-
recogmzed by the ACP for a               has been       actIve In the          m the group, whIch 10cluded         Noel Lawson, VIce preSIdent             hIS career                                            rassment
WIde body of work spannmg                infectIous  DIseases   SocIety        a paIr of Nobel Pnze laure-         of MedIcal AffaIrs
manyyears                                of Antenca, where he serves           ates
                                         as ch81r of Its Committee    on          The Master deSIgnatIon IS            "He IS an exemplary role
   In addition  to wmnIng                                                                                                                                                                                               Interior Design Studio
                                                                               awarded to phySICIans who           model for the younger phySI-
                                                                                                                   cIans     here    at St   John                                                                             CMeerFair
Pointes for Peace                                                              have made exemplary
                                                                                            to the field of        HOSPItal, as well as a credtt
                                                                                                                   to    the      Department     of
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interfaith forum                                                               Include, but are not hmited
                                                                               to teaching,      outstandmg
                                                                                                                   Ical staff and the entIre
                                                                                                                   health system"

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local, national and mterna-              VIctor Gahhb        Begg, VIce        don't despaIr The Summer            soda to a pall of water and
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Issues of peace and what                 for      Com mum tIes         and     an old spoon Combine 2 tea-         laundry detergent,    fill WIth
constltuw   a Just war, from             JUstice-MIchigan     RegIon           spoons of vmegar In 1 cup of        warm water, and qoak the
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    ~elves tlJat peace IS POSSI- ClaIr m the VIllage           For             for 30 mmute~       and then        combIne 2 tablespoons       vtne.
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    resentatf;c    of the Baha'IS of added to the Pomtes        for            tablespoon~ bakmg soda and          ,pongI' It gently Or rub on a
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                                                                                                                                                                                   II?II       , ()'i'UIT~TI()N                   WITH 'TAIf
                                         Colovoq, Ann Allen, Barbara           Nancy        J('an     Crowell      'poon of dl,h"'a,hmg     hq1l1d
       AmoJlI( the GIO • .e Pomte        Bartley,             Leonard          MarKBret      Kat7    }>'Iorence    and ] tahl("poon    of vmegllr.               20045          Mild Avenue
    and Harper     Wood .. volun-        Conqtantme.              Betty        Ledennnn and JUnior volun           And "oak thE' g"rmE'nt fm ]1>                 (.f'OOf!;~    POinfro WO(Khi                                          313.884.5100
                                         Bultmck,             Maunce           tE'erq    Kn.ten    Engle and       mmulf'.   Rm,1' and wa,h a-                   M"h'!\d04R21f,
    teers ofthe month who were
    honored werl' James Mltt.'!,         Joondeph,    Helen    Abbott,         Anthony .John Stack                 u,ual
 48               WeddingslEngi!gements                                                                                                                                                                     JUIl3 24, 2004
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Grosse Pclnte News
Weigandt-                          August at the !bland House
                                   on Mackmac hland
                                                                                                                                mony,whIch was followed by
                                                                                                                                a receptIOn m the Crystal
                                                                                                                                                                Morgan of Grosse Pomte
                                     The bnde wore a floor.                                                                     Ballroom of the Grosse            Groomsmen were Victor
Macy                               :~:;.o"t~   ..J~~   .....

                                  za gown decorated wIth flo-
                                                               p~,-,~.:) HUi)   Ui.t:;d.U
                                                                                                                                t'Olnte War Memonat
                                                                                                                                   The bnde wore a strapless
                                                                                                                                                                Hurd and Patnck McCarthy,
   MllIecent          Mal Ie                                                                                                                                    both of Grosse Pomte
                                  ral apphques Her hair was                                                                     matte batm gown that fea-       Woods
WeIgandt, daughter of Jan         adorned WIth fresh, mlma-
YurkovIch of Trenton and                                                                                                        tured a full slurt wIth box         The mother of the bnde
                                  ture orchIds and both the                                                                     pleats The bodIce and hem        wore a two-piece fuchsia sJlk
John WeIgandt of Trenton,         bride and groom wore fresh
mamed J Ryan Macy, son                                                                                                          of the skirt were decorated      chIffon dress and a corsage
                                  orchid leis                                                                                   wIth rhmestones,       bugle    of pmk prImroses and
of HIldreth Macy of the CIty        The bnde earned a bache-
of Grosse Pomte and Jay                                                                                                         beads and pearls She car-        alstromena
                                  lor's degree m Spamsh from                                                                    ned a bouquet of pmk roses         The groom's mother wore
Macy of Pauma Valley,             Michigan State Umverslty
Cahf, on Apnl 12, 2004, at                                                                                                     and hydrangeas wrapped m         a two-pIece blue satm dress
                                  She IS a teachers assistant                                                                  white satm nbbon                 WItha satm A-hne slurt and
sunbet on KaanapalI Beach,        for special educatIOn chil-
Lahama, Maul, HawaII                                                                                                              The maId of honor was         a corsage of pmk roses and
                                  dren at Trombly Elementary                                                                   Meghan Welsh of Grosse           alstromena
  The Rev PIa Alull offiCIat-     School and also works at
ed at the ceremony                                                                                                             Pomte Woods.                        Megan BOIkof Eastpomte
                                  Champs restaurant                                                                               Bndesmalds           were     was the solOist Readers
  The couple wIll host a            The groom earned a bach-
cocktaIl releptlOn m late                                                                                                      Knstme Otway of ChIcago,         were Manlyn Burke of
                                                                                                                               Jenmfer Cox of Grosse            MarYSVille and Richard
                                                                                               Mr. and Mn. J. R)'lU1           Pomte Woods and Silke            Bash of Powell, Tenn               Joseph Thompson and
                                                                                                         Mac)"                 JeglIc    of    Oberhausen,         The bnde       earned     a
                                                                                                                               Germany                                                                  lAura MartIn
                                                                                                                                                                Bachelor of Arts degree m
                                                                                            elor's degree 10 bUSiness             Attendants   wore navy        marketmg       and German         Mar1m IS also the daughter
                                                                                            management from Western            crepe sleeveless tops with       from      MIchIgan      State     of the late DaVIdV Martm
  FULL SERVICE SALON AND SPA FOR MEN & WOMEN                                                MIchigan Umverslty He IS           matchmg satm A-hne slorts        Umverslty She IS an mter-         An August weddmg IS
                                                                                            the human resources man-           They carrIed bouquets of         natIOnal marketmg manag-          planned
                                                                                            ager at the Island House on        pmk hydrangeas tied WIth        er for Daimler Chrysler              MartlO earned a Bachelor
                             tSi"'Ze\I~                                                     Mackmac Island                     navy nbbons                         The groom earned a             of Arts degree from the
                                                                                              The couple vacatJoned on            The best man \\'as Peter     Bachelor of Arts degree 10         Umverslty of MIchIgan and
                                 and Tammy Tedesco                                          Maw They lIve 10 Harper                                            busmess        admlOlstratlOn      IS purswng a Master of Arts
                                       welcome                                              Woods and Maclunac Island                                          from Central        Michigan       degree m teachmg from the
                                                                                                                                                               Umverslty He IS a semor            Umverslty     of Michigan
                                   Japet Gumiemy                                                                                                               process speclahst WIth Blue        Dearborn She WIllbe a stu-
                                     to our Salon.                                          Patterson-                                                         Cross Blue ShIeld
                                                                                                                                                                   The couple traveled to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 dent teacher at Grosse
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Pomte North HIgh School m
                                                                                                                                                               Hawanan Islands They lIve         the fall
  250/0 OFF                             500/0 OFF                                           Pedigo                                                             In St Clmr Shores                    Thompson      earned     a

                                                                                               Enca Anne Patterson,                                                                              Bachelor of SCience degree
                                                                                                                                                                                                 m mechamcal engmeenng
 All Hair Service               Brazilian Bikini Waxing                                      daughter        of    Kathleen
       with Janet                       with Tammy the
                                                                                            Patterson of Grosse Pomte
                                                                                            Farms and the late Richard
                                                                                                                                                               Martin-                           from        Wayne      State
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Umverslty He ISan automo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 tIve englOeer WIthVisteon
 welcome to the salon                   queen of waxing                                     Patterson, mamed Michael
                                                                                            Chnstopher PedIgo, son of                                          Thompson
                        wrltl thiS ad                                                       Donna Hoffmann of Grosse                                             Maureen Martm of Grosse
                                                                                            Pomte           Woods       and                                    Pomte      Woods       has
          FREE  Eye-Brow Waxing                                                             Chnstopher          PedIgo    of                                   announced the engagement
  with any service, with Janet or Tammy                                                     Stuart, Fla, on June 14,                                           of her daughter, Laura
                                                                                            2003, at Chnst the Kmg                                             Martin,     to     Joseph
            now through July                                                                Lutheran Church                                                    Thompson, son ofJames and
      313-885-680f'. 58R-n3-Q843                                                              The Rev Randy Boelter                                            Bernadette Thompson of
                                                                                            officla...,rlat the 2 p:n cere                                     Grosse    Pomte    Woods
21511 Harper, St Clair Shores, FREE PARKING IN BACK

                                                                                amJltaflj Colors and Styles,
                                           With the Service, Selection & Value of
                                                  Maliszewski Carpeting                                                                                                                          Jeffery Dale Ny~
                                                                                                                                                                                                      and KJmberly ~""'"
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Wyniemko     I

                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lawrence    and     LoiS
                                                                                                                                                                                             W)OIemko       of    Chnton
                                                                                                                                                                                             Tm\nshlp have announced
                                                                                                                                                                                             the engagement of their
                                                                                                                                                                                             daughter, KImberly Lynn
                                                                                                                                                                                             \Vymernko, to Jeffe!')' Dale
                                                                                                                                                                                             ~)enhUlS, son of Kenneth
                                                                                                                                                                                             ,md Beverly NyenhUIS of
                                                                                                                                                                                             Glo,;,;e Pomte Park An
                                                                                                                                                                                              -\ugust weddmg IS planned
                                                                                                                                                                                                \Vymemko earned a bach-
                                                                                                                                                                                             dor's degree m educatIOn
                                                                                                                                                                                             lnd a Master of Arts degree
                                                                                                                                                                                             In cumculurn and teachmg,

                                                                                                                                                                                             h0th from MIChIgan State
                                                                                                                                                                                             linn erslty She IS an eIghth
                                                                                                                                                                                             gnde Enghsh teacher m the
                                                                                                                                                                                             I An,e     Creuse     Pubbc
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ~yeI'hUls earned a bache-
                                                                                                                                                                                             IIlI , degree 10 EnglIsh from
                                                                                                                                                                                             I]l(' Umverslty of MIchIgan
                                                                                                                                                                                              md a teachers certificate
                                                                                                                                                                                             tJ urn      Wayne       State
                                                                                                                                                                                             Pm\erslty He I'; a teacher
                                                                                                                                                                                             m the Grosse Pomte

                                                                                                                                                                                             St. Michael's
                                                                                                                                                                                             plans organ
                                                                                                                                                                                              A frf'e or!(an recital WIllbe
                                                                                                                                                                                            offered at 8 pm ()1I Sunday,
                                                                                                                                                                                            June 27, at St :\-fJchael's
                                                                                                                                                                                            Eplocopal Churet, 20475
                                                                                                                                                                                            Sunnm~dale Park

                                                                                                                                                                                               The church II WIthIn
               The Choice is Yours! Choose from Textured Twist, Boucle Loop or an Elegant Plush.                                                                                            walkmg dIstance of the
                                                                                                                                                                                            annual fireworks display
                                  All selections only $18.99 per square yard,                                                        carpet only.                                           ,;chedult'd to start at about
                                                                                                                         -/      )                                                          10 1') pm        at Parcells
                      D on /t mISs th'IS opportuntty to SAVE on your )J.;;m/JlflI/ Carpet pure hase,
                                .                  .                 :;,_                                                                                                                   MIddle School',; nthletlc
                      Premium Rubber Carpet Pad, Maliszewski ~ml                  Certified Installers!
                                                                                                                                                                                              MIchael     Brooks,   St
                                                                                                                                                                                            Mtchael q orgamot f1rdchOIr
                                                                                                                                                                                            dIrector WIll prelent a
                                                                                                                                                                                            reCItal. 'Frankly rranck
                                                                                                  21435 Mack Avenue, Between 8 and 9 Mile Roads                                             The MU';IC of rranck,
                                                                                                                                                                                            VIerne. Wldor and S<uqa"
                                                                                                           St. Clair Shores • (586) 776-5510
                                                                                                            Hours: Mon., Thurs. 9:30-7:30                                                     In caqe of ram, th. recItal
                                                                                                                                                                                            WIll tw reochedull'd for the
       Ed Maliszewski Carpeting                                                                      Tues., Wed., Fn. 9:30-6:00. Sat. 9:30-5:00                                             same ram date a~ tle fire-
     June 24, 2004
     Grosse Pointe News                                                                                            Health/Seniors                                                                                                                   58

        Soothe the mind,                                                              Alcohol, diabetes can be fatal combination
        body, and soul                                                                     Tom was 9 years old
                                                                                       when he WdS dIagnosed
                                                                                                                               not happen when alcohol IS
                                                                                                                               III the system because the
                                                                                                                                                                       to control blood sugar lev-
                                                                                                                                                                       els Alcohol hab Virtually no
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    dnnk any alcohol ThiS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    mcludes people who take
                                                                                       WIth dlabetes, 10 when he
        with music therapy                                                             began dnnkmg alcohol, and
                                                                                                                               IIver's fir' t pnorl ty IS to get
                                                                                                                               nd of alcohol So, alcohol
                                                                                                                                                                       nutntlOus value and IS con-
                                                                                                                                                                       Sidered a fat III the food-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    G1ucophage (metformm), a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    diabetes medIcatIOn that
                                                                                       34 when he dIed from dIa-              lowen, blood sugar levels               exchange dIet of people                       can callse liver comphca-
            By Andrew Stewart
                                                                                       betes comphcatlOns aggra-              ThIS puts people WIth dia-              With diabetes                                 tlOns when combmed With
            Special Wnter
                                                                                       vated by dally alcohol use             betes at nsk for hypo-                      Tom was treated for alco-                 alcohol
              If you were to take a few moments to reflect back                           Alcoholism and dldbetes             glycemia (low blood sugar)              holism several times He                          Also remember a further
           on the best times of your life, chances are you'll find
                                                                                       are both chromc Illnesses              If they have not eaten for a            was also hospltahzed     often                parallel between diabetes
           there IS some type of musIC that pervades those
                                                                                       When not managed, either               whJle                                   for hiS poorly managed dia-                   and alcoholism You can
           happy memones         Maybe It's a favonte tune that                        one can be fatal When both                 "We recommend that peo-             betes HIS sister beheves he                   galll strength and hope by
           blared from your radIO as you cruised Woodward m                           develop m the bame person,              ple WIth dIabetes use alco-             demed hiS dIabetes and                        meetmg other people WIth
           your beloved first Jalopy Maybe It's the love song                         nsks of comphcatlOns and                hol only when their blood               used alcohol to help hIm                      the same Illness
           that sweetly evokes memones of your first grand                            early death mcrease                     glucose IS under good con-              forget about It                                  Alcohohcs can Jom
           passIOn or the perfectIOn of your weddmg day                                   In a person WIth dIabetes,          trol," saId Nancy Cooper, a                 Demal can be a problem                    Alcohohcs Anonymous (AA)
              In fact, musIc pervades every part of our hves It                       the pancreas doesn't pro-               dIabetes nutntlOn speclahst             for both alcohohcs and pe0-                   For more Infonnatlon,      wnte
           weaves throughout       our conscIOusness and our                          duce enough msulln, or the              at the International                    ple WIth dIabetes And                         AA at Grand Central
           dreams, and underscores        the moments of our lives                    body doesn't use msulm                  Diabetes Center m St                    that's Just one similanty                     StatlOn, PO Box 459, New
           that are both JOYOUSand somber, uphftmg and heart-                         that IS produced Insuhn IS              LoUIS Park, Mllln "We also              between the two dIseases                      York, NY 10163, or access
          breakmg      And It has the power to speak volumes, or                      a hormone that regulates               recommend that they hmlt                 In a recent reVIew of the                    the AA Web Site at
          as English novehst and essaYIst Aldous Huxley                               levels of glucose m the                their quantity of alcohol               medIcal hterature,     Thomas                 www alcoholics-anony-
          wrote, "After sIlence, that which comes nearest to                          blood Glucose, a form of               and regularly test theIr                McLellan of the Treatment                     mous org
          expressmg the mexpresslble,           15 musIc"                             sugar, supphes the body                blood-glucose levels"                   Research InstItute III                           People Wlth diabetes can
             It should come as no surpnse, then, that mUSIC                           WIth energy                                LImiting alcohol means              PhIladelphIa    and hiS col-                  locate support groups
          therapy can be a powerful tool III the health care                             Alcohohsm - the compul-             follOWing the gUldelmes for             leagues hsted others                          through the Amencan
          enVIronment      An allied health profeSSIOn SImIlar to                     sive use of alcohol despite            moderate dnnklllg        no more            One IS that both Illnesses                DIabetes AsSOCiation (ADA)
          occupatlOnal therapy and phYSical therapy, musIc                            negative consequences -                than two servmgs of alcohol             require hfelong care For                      Call (800) 342-2383 or
          therapy IS used everywhere from hospitals and out-                          creates obstacles to diabetes          per day for men and one                 alcohohcs, thIS means get-                    access the ADA Web Site at
          patient chmcs, to mental health centers and hospIce                        management                              servtng per day for women               bng treatment     and abstam-                 wwwmabetes      org The
          programs                                                                       "Tom couldn't hold IlJob            One servtng IS                          mg from alcohol For people                    International   DJabetes
             StudIes have shown that musIc therapy can be                            because of hiS dnnkmg, and                  o 12 ounces of beer, or             WIth diabetes, It means                       Center offers pubhcatlons
          benefiCial for children, adults and elderly people With                    he'd spend the money for                    o 5 ounces of wme, or               changes m diet, exercise                      about dIabetes manage-
          a multitude of phYSical and emotlOnal conditIOns,                          hiS medical nee:ls (msulm                   o a smgle shot of hquor             and other hehaVlors                           ment Call (888) 637-2675
         mcludIng chromc pam, cancer, phYSical or develop-                           mJectlOns) on booze," satd             (one.and-a-half       ounces)               Also, both diseases are                    for more mfonnatton      or
         mental disabilities, AIDS, bram mJunes and                                  Tom's sIster "He tned to                    Anyone, even the person             marked by relapse About                       access www Idcdlabetes org
         Alzheimer's disease                                                         regulate hIS msulm WIth                Without dIabetes, who                    40 to 60 percent of recover-
             Before you start thmkmg that mUSIC therapy IS a                         how much alcohol he was                depends on alcohol as a                  mg alcoholics are stili abstt-               Thzs health column offers
         throwback to the "flowers-love-peace"             days of the               gomg to dnnk "                         major source of calones WIll             nent one year after treat-                informatIOn needed to help
         '60s, or If It bnngs to nnnd the Image of a guy m                              This strategy Ignores               see a dechne m hIS or her                ment Similarly, 30 to 50                  prevent substance abuse
        Blrkenstocks      smgmg "Kumbaya" and worshlpmg the                          human metabohsm                        health, smd Cooper ThIS IS              percent of adults WIth Type                problems and address such
        sun god Ra, let me assure you that musIc therapy IS                          Normally the hver helps to             especially true for the per-             1 diabetes reqUIre addltton.             problems It zs provided by
        a VIable profeSSIOn                                                          raIse blood sugar levels by            son With diabetes, who                  al medIcal care each year to               Hazelden, a nonprofit
             Educa1;ronahnstt.tutlOns      like MIChIgan State                       releasmg glucose ThIs does             rehes heavily on proper dIet            reduce their symptoms
r       Uf\1VerSlty (which estJlbhshed the first musIc therapy                                                                                                          LIVIng well With eIther
                                                                                                                                                                                                               agency based In Center City,
        prbgram m the natto~ m 1944) !pve musIc therapy
        students cllDlcal, expenenttal
        mg The therapeutIc
                                                and theoretical tram-
                                   benefits of musIC therapy are
                                                                                     sac has medical    equipment                                                   alcoholism or diabetes
                                                                                                                                                                    means followmg an mdlVld-
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Mlnn, that offers a Wide
                                                                                                                                                                                                               range of mformatlOn and
                                                                                                                                                                                                               ~ervlces on addictIOn and
        even recogruzed by t. Amencan Medical                                        available for those in need                                                    ually deSigned treatment
                                                                                                                                                                                                               recovery For more
                                                                                                                                                                                                               resources, call Hazelden at
        ~oclatlon,       and there's a substantial         body of litera-                                                                                              If you have diabetes, talk
                                                                                      If Illness or recent hospl- prong                 canes      or shower                                                   (8001 257 7800 or check Its
        ture and research to support ItS effectIveness                                                                                                              to your doctor or a dIabetes               Web site at
                                                                                  tahzatton reqUIres the use of benches,                    or mcontmence
         • Perhaps the easiest way to understand               how musIc                                                                                            speclahst about how to safe-              www hazelden org Direct
                                                                                  durable medical eqUIpment                  supplies, Servtces for Older
        therapy fits mto a tradltlonal         medical enVIronment IS                                                                                               ly consume alcohol                       your InqUines to
                                                                                  such as wheelchmrs,              four- CItizens has a lendmg clos-
        to compare It to complementary             therapies like herbal                                                                                            Remember that some people                 mduda@hazelden            org.
        medIcations, Retkt and massage, all of which nurture                                                                et Call (313) 882-9600, ext
                                                                                                                                                                    WIth dIabetes should not
        the mmd and soul as well as the body                                        SOC tea will                            247
                                                                                                                                If you have medIcal equIp-
             More and more health care prOVIders, mcludmg
,      the Va~ Elslapder Cancer Center at St John                                   be June 29                              ment or supphes that you no
       HOSpital and ldedtcal Center, are offenng these types
       ofaltemattve       ~     because of their soothmg quah-                       .Wlsdom            for
                                                                                                                            longer use, conSIder donat-
                                                                                                                            Ing them to SOC. Call (313)
                                                                                                                   your 882-9600, ext 247
                                                                                                                                                                     Someone You Love Can Use Our Help
       ties, as well as for then- ablhty to help reduce pam,                      WaIstline"       and MUSIC for                sac IS a nonprofit agency
       v.lleVIate sym~ms,         lower blood pressure and 11ft                                                                                                                                           • Pmale homes • Full or part-
                                                                                  your Soul IS the theme for that helps semor cItizens III
       depreSSIOn                                                                                                                                                                                        • HospItal or         tllne coverage
                                                                                  Semces       for Older CItizens'           the Grosse         Pomtes       and
      I In short, musIc ttIerapy can ennch and Improve a                          mo:gtJtly l!ldles afternoon t~             Haf.Pel:     Woods       mamtam                                               nursmghomes • Boodedand msured
     '!leI'8OJ1.'squality of life, adti as such, It'S also benefi. '~
       clal for healthy people (thmk stress rehef for busy
                                                                                fOl     1\iJlI!;ti-,J~     2J', frtl~'tJf~r          if~<lI{    lit~€Penlihtce                                            • 24-boors         • Rt\ su~
                                                                                  to 3 15 pm                                 and dignIty         The agency
       executlves and relaxation         for labonng mothers-to-                     A student       stnng quartet          assIsts     semors      through     7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Registered Nurse~
       be)                                                                        from Grosse POInte South                  programs        InformatIOn and                                                 Licensed PraCtical NUl"ies
            One reason why mUSIC therapy works so well IS                         High School,          the Vivace ASSIstance                    Food       and                                                      Nurses AIdes
      because It IS empowenng            A person who can move                    Quartet,      WIll prOVide the Fnendshlp',                               Case
      one finger can make the same sound on a portable                           mUSIC DIane Bezy, a local CoordmatlOn                          Mlllor Home
      keyboard as a concert plamst who plays the same                            Weight Watchers counselor,                 RepaIr            '       Escorted
      note Better stili, there IS no Illness m musIc - you                       Will !pve sound adVIce for Trans~rtatlon,                        Loan Closet
      are capable of puttmg musIc In the atr even If you're                      successful       summer       weIght       and Meals on Wheels                                "'",ng ehe G...... PoI.1ts & F.aslrrn Suburb< "lICe 19110
      85 years old WIth advanced cancer, or If you're 3                          management
      years old and have congemtal birth defects                                    ReservatIOns                    are                                                                     (586) 777.5300
            Research has shown that musIc therapy IS partIcu-                    reqUired       For reservatIOns
      larly effectIve m helping cancer patients deal With                        or mformatlOn, call sac at
      acute pam and the discomfort from treatments
                                                                      like       (313) 882-9600, ext 247
                                                                                                                                                    Know Your Skin
            For Instance, there's eVIdence that musIc therapy                       Long-term                                                         by Lisa A. Manz-Dulac, Me"
      can prolong the onset and reduce the duratlon of
      nausea m patIents receiVIng high doses of                                     planning talk                                                     Wl1h Ihe am,al of warmer
                                                                                                                                                   weather It I~ nice to get
                                                                                                                                                                                        comes to ,un<;creens Today they are available
                                                                                                                                                                                        In lotions        get,     OII-frec formula~            In
     chemotherapy                                                                                                                                  out~lde     and enJoy       Ihe
                                                                                    SerVIces          for       Older                                                                   mOl\lumer,. make-up and lU other speCialty
           As a practlcmg musIc therapIst, I have personally                    CItizens        WIll present           a                           ,un,hme Ani Ihat mean, ,t '5         torms for oUldoor actlvHIC' and watcr sports
     Witnessed how soothmg musIc can be dunng proce-                            speaker,        DIck Keller,         at                            llme to put on the ,un screen           The be,!" ,un\Creens block oolh UVA and
     dures rangmg from needle-guided                 breast bIOpSies             1115 a m Wednesday, June                                          becauo;e "hlle a\oldlng the          UVB and should have an SPF of a least 15
     and bone marrow asplratl()ns             to splDal taps                    30, at the Neighborhood                                            sun entirely I~ the be~1"ay to       Apply ,umcreen,           liberally 20 30 mmute~
            What exactly do musIc therapIsts            do? First, they         Club Keller WIll dISCUSSthe                     gu.rrd agdm~t ,km cancer for mO~1Ihat l~ an             hefore gomg out"de. and rcapply afler 2
     deSIgn mUSIC sessIOns based on a person ~ mdlVldual                        benefits of long-term plan-                     unacceptahle optIOn                                              c
                                                                                                                                                                                        hOUr<; ,peclally" hen aCII\C
     needs For mstance, a person who IS undergomg the                           nmg and how to protect fam-                       With few e\Ceptlon~ whether younger or                    Uqng ,umcreen ,hould be a, routme a~
     pam of bone marrow a~plratlOn may benefit from the                         Ily and assets from the nsk                     older e\cryone ,l,ould u~c 'un'crccns when             hru,hlng your teeth To Icam more aboul
     soothmg sounds of an ocean drum or II ~oft melody                                                                         gomg oUldoor~ E\en on a cloudy ddy gO                   ,un'creen,       and Ihetr u,e contact jour
                                                                                of paYIng for long-term care
     that suggests WIde-open                                                                                                    percent of Ihe ,un, ray' will gu Ihrough I-or          dcrmatolo!!"t         or call u~ al Fast"de

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     spaces Conversely,                                                                                                        lhlldren ,tart Jppl) 109 ~un~crecn dt the age of        Dennatology Dr 1 "a A \1an7 Dulac and
     therapiSts may leave                                                                                                      6 month, (children under 6 month, 'hould                 -\wlClale, "'Hh office, In Gro~,e POinte and
     the mu~\c makmg to the                                                                                                    a\ o,d Ihc ,un allogcther)                              Ne" Baillmorc You can rcach them at n n)
     patIent, allowmg hIm or
     her to drum or to tap
                                                                       GROSSE POINTE                                              [uck,tv there arc lots of opt,on, whcn It            884 H~O

     out a tune on a portable
     keyboard, or they mav
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          large lot. gas fireplace hardwood Iloors                                                      large deck fenced yard and ~                                                      t>aser-.t                 goryeous natural fireplace newer two car
          washer and dryer Imrne<iate ~                                                                 are but a few features. Irrrneciate                                       0CCI4l'II'CY                      garage driveway and deCk. AI appianoes stay                                            basemert, naUllI fnpIaoe and a M() car garage.                                  they're away Lois of updates New pnce
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 Regina wins state Division I softball championship
 By Bob St. John               they dJd "                  inning       when      Meghan     Petit) did an outstandmg Job         Then again m the bottom     SIXhits m 10 mnmgs She
 Sports Wnler                    Sophomore Nikki Nemitz    Sweeney reached base on an        m a game dommated by              of the eIghth Inmng, Adams,    was the WInnmg pitcher and
    BATTLE        CREEK                                    error by the third baseman
                               (26-0 overall) kept the hard-                                 pltchmg and defense"              a defenSive replacement,       had three hIts at the plate.
 Regina's softball team cap-   hlttmg HuskIes off-balance     Sweeney      advanced     to      Nemitz struck out 11,          threw out a runner at home       "NIkkI was very nervous
 tured Its first state champi- for most of the game, gIVlngthird on a double by Andrea       whtle Petit struck out 13         plate to preserve the score-   early on, which IS expected
 onship since 1989 last week-  up only two earned runs on  LIgottI and scored on a              The Saddlehtes scored the      less tIe                       of a sophomore playmg m
 end,      beating      PortageSIXhits, and she struck out passed ball                       WInDIngrun m the bottom of           "Rachael    and Andrea      the state quarterfinals,"
 Northern 5-2 m the DlV1slOn   four                           The HuskIes tied It up         the seventh lUnmg when            made two of the biggest        Laffey said    "She buckled
 I title game                     "Portage Northern was    WIth a run m the bottom of        Andrea Adams led-offWlth a        plays of the year for us       down and pitched very well
    "TIus group of girls was   the best hlttmg team we     the second mmng, but the          smle and advanced to sec-         agaInst Mercy," Laffey said    for us sInce we didn't hIt
 very focused on not Just      have faced thiS season,"    Saddlehtes took the lead for      ond on a sacnfice bunt by         "We would have lost the        much for her"
 playmg well m each game,      Laffey said "They were tak- good WIth two runs m the          Mazur                             game If It weren't for their     The Saddlehtes' two runs
 but gettmg to the finals and  mg Nlkla's outside pitches  top of the tiurd                     Blair's    smgle     scored    heads up defenSive plays"      were unearned and came on
 wmmng," head coach Diane      to nght field early m the      Rosl Wagner led-off with a     Adams With the wmmng                 Nemitz, who had a shaky     a throwmg error by Mercy
 Laffey said       "They didn'tgame, but Nikki started     Single and went to second on      run, but It didn't come WIth-     first mmng, settled down to
 want to settle for anythmg    pltchmg mSlde, and It gave  a Nemitz smgle          Phelan    out dramatics                     stnke out mne and scatter          See REGINA, page 3C
 but a state champIOnship,     Northern s hitters fits"    Dmverno       pmch-ran      for      The horne plate umpire
 and they !me", they could do    The Saddlehte' scored a   Nemitz and scored nght            called Adams out, but the
                               run m tht top of the becond
 It If they played Yo ell, y, hlch                         behmd Wagner on a two-run         first and thIrd base umpires
                                                           Single by Rachael Sabol           both called her safe after the
                                                              Laffey's squad added sm-       catcher lost control of the
                                                           gle runs m the fourth and         ball
                                                           fifth mnlngs to put the              "The three umpires got
                                                           HuskIes In a hole they never      together and talked It over,"
                                                           recovered from.                   Laffey said "After a mmute
                                                              "Both teams made some          or so, the home plate umpire
                                                           errors early m the game, but      called Andrea safe, and we
                                                           Northern's hurt them more         won the game"
                                                           because we turned those              Regina advanced to ItS
                                                           ml!,takes mto runs," Laffey       first Fmal Four smce the
                                                           said                              late 1990s, beatmg league
                                                              Other finals standouts         nval      Farmmgton       Htlls
                                                           were        semors       Jamie    Mercy 2-0 lD 10 mnlngs
                                                           Harbison, Melanie Dupont,            "It dIdn't look so good for
                                                           Enca Mazur, Shayna Czech,         us, but we were able to pull
                                                           Angela PInelh, JUDlorEnuly
                                                           Blair      and      sophomore
                                                                                             out a Win,"Laffey sald "Our
                                                                                             pltchmg and defense were           New logo
                                                           Lmdsay 'Ibman                     the difference m the game"            The Grosse Pointe WlndllurfiDgClub has a new
                                                              "All of our grrls made con-       Mercy had a chance to            logo that was deslgDed by Bruce WiWa.mII of
                                                           tnbutlons to thiS title run,"     take an early 1-0 lead, but         Grosse Pointe Park. The club will hold its fifth
                                                           Laffey said        "We had a      Sabol tagged out a runner at        annual regatta on Saturday at Pattenon Park.
                                                           strong team of girls who          the plate m the bottom of           beginning at 10 a.m. This will be the third year
                                                           were focused on WInnmg"           the first mnmg                      that the WiDdswflng Club will incorporate ita
                                                              Nemitz smgle-handedly             The Marlms got the lead-         wiDdaurfiDg events mto the annual Detroit Boat
                                                           Ilfled the Saddlehtes to the      off runner on base agamst           Club Regatta. WlndsurfiDg events will mclude
                                                           title game, pltchmg a perfect     Nemitz, and she worked her          four Deets of board races, demonstrations.
                                                           game m a 1-0 wm over East         way to second base                  refreshments and raffles. Admisalon is free but
                                                           Kentwood m the semifinals            She advanced to third on         there is a $30 registration fee for participants.
                                           Photo by G Neal
                                                              "East Kentwood was a            an error and was on her way        Red Bull energy drink and Co1asco are spoDSOr-
    Senior shortstop Rachael Sabol. above. tagged out very good team, but we were             home when Sabol fielded the        iDg refreshments and Buscemi'a in the Park is
 a runner at home in the bottom of the first. which able to make one run stand                errant throw by the catcher
 was a huge play in Re&tna's 2-0 lQ-inning quarterfi- up," Laffey Sald "NIkla and                                                 providing pizza for the raceD.
 nal wiD over FanniDgton HU1s Mercy.
             -         I                                          ,
                                                            East Kentwood's pitcher (AlJ
                                                                                              and tagged out the runner
                                                                                              at the plate

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